Can there be any justification for adopting Jason Krejza – let’s put it to the vote

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The other guyOn the one hand, he’s a spin bowler with a really mediocre record and people are lining up to, er… not know who he is – which is quite endearing. On the other hand, he’s Australian, which isn’t endearing. It’s a quandary and no mistake.

Former Aussie spinner, Ashley Mallett, is the latest to not really know who Jason Krejza is. He did have a go at talking him up anyway though:

“McGain had a terrific season and the other guy, well figures-wise he wasn’t that impressive but he does give it a bit of a rip so he has a real chance.”

It’s real call-to-arms stuff. It makes Krejza sound like exactly our kind of cricketer.


Mike Gatting wasn't receiving the King Cricket email when he dropped that ludicrously easy chance against India in 1993.


Why risk it when it's so easy to sign up?


  1. Perhaps plump for the middle ground and just make him One to Watch – if he does well you can adopt him, claiming you’d recognised his talent by marking him One to Wtatch, and if he doesn’t you can say you didn’t adopt him because you knew he’d be rubbish.

    It’s a win-win situation!

  2. Make him One to Watch KC – brilliant wheeze Dave! He can then join the pantheon of KC Ones to Watch (Rikki Clarke et al)

  3. We’re missing the wood for the trees, here. The real issue is surely that alien grey boxes have invaded the habitat of our native blue boxes. If Jason Krejza is responsible, then I’m not sure I can in all good conscience support his adoption.

  4. I had something to add to this. But try as I might, by the time I scroll down to type, I’ve forgotten the name (and point) of the bloke in the article.

  5. Damith, but that was an unknown spinner with mystery balls.

    This fella has an offie, and nowt else it seems.

    Not the most frightening prospect.

  6. For the first time ever, I might actually support Australia in a Test series. I’ve just had it up to here *gestures* with the Indian cricket fans’ seeming disdain for proper cricket…never mind the sodding BCCI.

    Test matches, Indians. That’s what it’s all about. Twenty20, ICL, IPL. Pah, I say. Pah!

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