In the aftermath of some half-baked ‘internal investigation’ into the selection fiasco that rocked the Proteas World Cup semi-final, some big names are venting their frustrations.
The wounds are still raw following the Proteas semi-final defeat in the World Cup last month. Now we have proof that the team which took the field came about from political meddling.
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During the painful hours and days that were the dissection of the Proteas’ semi-final defeat some fans raised suspicion at the selection of Vern Philander. Fears confirmed here.
Day in and day out we see the same clichéd question and answer sessions across all sporting codes. How refreshing then to see the Ozzie captain get one out of left field.
I cant quite put my finger on why I enjoy seeing England fail at sports but I am not alone in enjoying their demise, of that I’m sure. This writer’s attack on their cricket team will make you chuckle.
If you don’t have anything nice to say then shut your pie hole and say nothing, right? We’re not exactly firm believers in that mindset, but we wish our Minister of Sports was.
As us cricket fans count down the days to the World Cup (Feb 14 people) the Protea Fire campaign is gathering pace. This video will make you pretty proud of our boys.
As far as cricketing commandments go ‘thou shalt not waste beer’ is in the top five. Watch this man obey that law in style.
Live large in January when you crack it big this weekend, using your superior sporting knowledge and advanced intellect to earn some extra dosh.
The two Springbok centurions will join a few other teammates as they look to take on the Proteas at their own game after the European Tour….
I do not want to be in this guys shoes when he walks onto a South African cricket field for the first time. Are we going to welcome him home with open arms?
Ah, Kevin Pietersen, things are looking a bit awkward for you. With a new book on the shelves, the timing of these allegations could have been better for him. For us, it’s perfect.
Ex-England cricketer Michael Vaughan has an overwhelming feeling of sadness for the entire Kevin Pietersen sacking and management of the situation.
I think it’s safe to say that Kevin Pietersen is not South Africa’s favourite sportsman. Will you be reading his all-telling book?
Home to the Cape Cobras, Newlands Cricket Ground in Cape Town plays proud host to a variety of domestic and international games including hosting the West Indies for the New Year’s Test and a T20 international.
Australia’s Mitchell Johnson hit an absolute monster of a shot which broke the commentary box’s window during the international test against Zimbabwe.
Kevin Pietersen discusses his choice to play cricket in England, being dropped from the national side, and his future, in a new column on the Daily Telegraph.
Former Australian cricketer believes he may as well have a shot at Sofia Vergara now that she’s single.
Cricket is usually called The Gentleman’s game. It is conducted in a civilised manner where each player upholds the highest standard of decorum. No longer! Kieron Pollard loses it completely…
I swipe on over to Cricinfo to confirm the news that, indeed, Biff has retired. Then I look up, and there’s Graeme Smith. The man himself, also having breakfast. He’s deep in conversation with his wife, and he’s clutching at the Protea emblem on his track top.
After the first round of the IPL auction quite a few of the SA players available are still up for grabs at this year’s auction. The big winner so far is Yuvraj Singh, with Royal Challengers Bangalore buying him for a cool $2.33 million. The second highest price tag was for Dinesh Karthik. The Delhi Daredevils bought him for $2.08 million.
No naughty photos. No new text message scandal. Just a breakdown in trust, starting with Pietersen’s dismissal as captain five years ago. That’s what former England cricket captain Andrew Strauss believes, anyway.
While England are busy taking an ass-whuppin’ from Australian in the current Ashes, we’d like to take you all back to the day when English batsman Michael Carberry broke his bat in the Ashes some years ago.