Ian Bell campaign propaganda

AP Webster from Spun Out writes:

I think your bold Ian Bell campaign needs a touch of Obama magic. Here is a poster that is bound to get the message across ahead of the third Test:

Ian Bell - you know what to think

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12 Appeals

  1. Oh – very nice!

  2. KC-Can you get phiosophyfootball.com to knock up a few tees?

  3. Totally unrelated, but I thought someone needed to bring to your attention the shocking news that “Haydos” is commentating for TMS in the 3rd Test. Can he set a record for number of times to refer to yourself in the third person during the course of 5 days?

    “With rain delays expected, Matty Hayden has a lot of positivity about giving it 200% to achieve this record,”Haydos was not quoted as saying.

  4. It’s alright. Not bad, I suppose.

  5. Without a doubt, Suave, your comment is far and away the middlest I have ever read in my entire… oh look, a table! Oh sorry, miles away – what were we talking about?

  6. Excellent. How about a whole range of Ian Bell art?

    Andy Warhol on Ian Bell

    The Pre-Raphaelites on Ian Bell

    Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin on …. on Ian Bell

    😉

  7. I don’t get it, do you need those special 3-D glasses?

  8. Dan, why settle for a Tshirt when you can have a ‘baby onesie‘?

  9. Love it. I’m very passionate about not getting excited about Bell.

    http://tinyurl.com/n7qmgn

  10. i don’t normally comment here on KC, as I tend to catch up with lots of old posts all at once. I was doing that again just now though and came across a comment from WinniePooh on a post from 24 July

    http://www.kingcricket.co.uk/mitchell-johnsons-bowling-problems/2009/07/24/

    In a premonition of such scary, uncanny accuracy they predict that Hughes will be replaced by Watson, as an opener. Who the hell else saw that coming? A week ago!
    This contributor is either Beelzebub or a high-ranking Aussie mole.

  11. Well spotted, matt b; Winnie proves to be a bear of no little brain after all.

  12. I LOVE THE PICTURE. That is all.

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