Ian Bell campaign propaganda

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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

DON'T BE LIKE GATT!

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

Coincidence?

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

12 comments

  1. 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.

  2. 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?

  3. 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

    ๐Ÿ˜‰

  4. 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.

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