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Sam Collins: A snapshot of English cricket

January 27th, 2009 by Sam Collins in England and tagged ,

England’s brave new dawn under Captain Strauss and sidekick Cookie.

Andrew Flintoff needs an Alka Seltzer.

Ian Bell may not be able to see over Stuart Broad, but he won’t be the only faceless person in the photo.

Tim Ambrose is the human Humpty Dumpty.

Graeme Swann just cannot resist making a stupid face.

Alastair Cook does little to dispel rumours that he is a cardboard cutout.

KP’s head may be the only thing big enough to cover Harmy’s tummy.

Adil Rashid is utterly terrified – media training never prepared him for anything like this.

Owais Shah is practising his umpiring – his most realistic chance of getting Test action.

Siders is the smartest of the lot.

And Straussy smiles – totally unaware of the carnage behind him.

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Posted in England | 2 Comments »

2 Responses to “Sam Collins: A snapshot of English cricket”

  1.   damiths says:

    Lets hope for Swanns sake that, that isn’t his real face. But we know it is.

    And who is that standing behind Broad?

  2.   Som says:

    Bunch of school kids eager to let the teacher know that they know the answer? human wipers? mass oath taking? itching armpits? Will anyone tell me what’s happening here?

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