Using a Venn diagram!
July 19, 2010 at 12:08 pm
And you now occupy the top two places on a Google search of “cricket venn diagrams”, which should bring in the casual browsers by the thousand.
They should make John Buchanan their coach, with his multiple-captains theory, he will make all 11 players captains and finally Pakistan will have stability as far as Captains go.
July 19, 2010 at 12:16 pm
I particularly enjoy the way they pick their most consistent performer as Captain in the hope that it will ruin his form.
July 19, 2010 at 10:37 pm
The PCB do not exist. They are an elaborate ruse created by the other cricket boards to make themselves look competent.
I have in the past claimed this to be the case for the WICB & the ECB before, but I’m sure I’m right this time.
July 20, 2010 at 12:20 am
I normally like to think that I at least fit into the right-hand-side circle.
But after this evening’s antics in Kensington Memorial Park I think I should paraphrase Star Trek – “It’s cricket, KC, but not as we know it”.
Mind you, I achieved a personal cricketing milestone which was to have a catch taken off my bowling at second slip.
The fact that someone was mad enough to stand at second slip for my donkey-drops explains the “but not as we know it” phrase.
We didn’t have any actual Pakistani people playing with us, as it happens, but in a very true sense we were, metaphorically, all of us Pakistani cricketers this very evening.
Put that in your Venn diagram and resolve it, KC.
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