Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Brandane, 8 Sep 2016.
Yes, according to Simon Hughes but that doesn't sit well with me.
Yeah, but who would you pay to watch? Kallis, for all his undoubted achievements, is some way down the list for me.
I agree that watching a flamboyant West Indian of Sobers' standing does takes some beating, but then would you prefer to watch Sobers when he's on song or Botham?
Same here. Different times, different conditions.
Botham, Sobers, Imran Khan, Hadlee. All ahead of Kallis for me.
I'ts a pity mother Murray is letting the family name down in believing her sons achievements on the tennis court should allow her to flaunt local planning regulations.
But that's not what the article says at all?
I'm local to this and not surprised that some Dunblane and BofA residents are against any kind of development. They are extremely wealthy, insular and vocal.
The headline and article suggested to me that she considered her sons achievements should influence the decision regarding granting of planning permission.
I'm happy to be corrected, having no local knowledge other than press reports.
Nothing could be further from the truth.
How very dare you
Murray playing remarkably well in his first match back.
He lost! Shame but maybe just not fit enough yet.
It was his decision making that was off more than anything. A bit rusty.
Looks like the writing's on the wall for Murray.
Yep, awful shame, but it's been obvious for a while. If he could find a way of gritting his teeth through to Wimbledon, he'd get an amazing send-off there, and well earned too. In another era he would have been the best player in a generation.
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