This reminds me a couple weeks ago I was off my face and met Jarred Cameron. Mate ousted me as an Eagles supporter, so drunk me naturally started raving on about his Bro. I think he was kinda annoyed bout that.Just had a yarn with Adam Zampa in the Perth Apple shop and he told me that Kohli is actually a nice bloke. I’m shattered.
You have had some week Biggie .. stay strong the tide will turn ..One of the strangest weeks in my life.
Made probation 2 weeks ago for my new job.
Made redundant today.
I was wondering the same thing, must be visiting the Stoin or something.Kohli told me he doesn’t think much of you.
What’s Zamps doing in Perth?
Warner's home record is the equivalent of Steve Smith. It's a shame he doesn't travel well, that'll be the knock on him when his career is over.I think I've made my peace with Warner. The diminutive pugilist can be hard to like on the field, his celebrations still annoy me, he never should have been VC, but ultimately you have to lay some of that blame on CA who moulded him and rewarded his worst instincts.
What you can't doubt are his commitment to the Australian team and his teammates. He's no Clarke, a player who inspired little love in the public and drew ire in the rooms. Warner's also an unbelievable player who started as a limited over slogger and is now a proper Test batsman. Sure he's a flat-track bully of sorts, but no-one bullies them like Warner. You can ink in a first-innings century when he goes to bat in Australia. His scoring rate absolutely demoralises teams.
And Labuschagne... his rise from inconsistent first-class player to what he is today is almost unprecedented in my memory. He's like a reverse Sean Marsh. Vale Sean.