Samit Patel looks to Darren Lehmann for help

Everyone needs a role model and with Samit Patel’s weight issues, who better to turn to than Mark Cosgrove‘s mentor. Samit Patel is heading to Darren Lehmann’s cricket academy in a bid to get in shape for next season.

Other places Samit considered suitable:

  • Bed
  • The settee
  • A bakery

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7 Appeals

  1. Can’t say i’m not a little disappointed you didn’t attach an amusing picture with this post KC.

    Surely you could come up with something for this?

  2. King Cricket

    January 7, 2010 at 12:28 pm

    That’s so much better than what we would have used.

  3. He could have taken some coaching from Arjuna Ranatunga.

  4. That might be Ian Bell with him in thast photograph. On the other hand, it might not. I’m indifferent to whether it is or not.

    And on the subject of indifference to Ian Bell, had he survived a further 11 balls yesterday afternoon, I might have had a fundamental shift of views about him.

    As it was, he almost played a match winning innings but then ultimately tried to flush it all down the toily at the 59th minute of the 11th hour. So I am bewildered back to an indifferent position, as always.

  5. Whoops should have realised there would be a Bell piece up by now – darned e-mail alert thingie always best part of a day behind – I’ve switched the above comment to the right posting.

    Still, a good comment is worth making twice and I think the tenuous link between Patel and Bell was worth having.

  6. King Cricket

    January 8, 2010 at 9:15 am

    What’s a good time for the email? We never know.

    It only goes out once every 24 hours, so if it’s a two-post day one’s always going to be late.

  7. Maybe a bit pedantic Ged, but I think you meant the 59th minute of the 12th hour?

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