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Friday, March 26, 2010


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The Nurdler

We're backing Delhi solely in the hope that one P Collingwood might some day make an appearance for them.

But, hey, it's another supporter :D

The Reverse Sweep

I must admit that Colly (along with Viru) is my main reason for supporting Delhi too. The similarities with Liverpool only became apparent after Id made my choice. Surely they will give him a game this time? His batting in the Champions Trophy, SA and Bangladesh has shown there is more to him than nurdling!!

The Nurdler

We have long been savouring the irony of England's Twenty20 captain being renowned for his patient and obdurate batting. But we need our nurdling mascot in this swashbuckling era.

This blog seems to be well worth following for IPL news:

The Reverse Sweep

Thanks Nurdler, Ill check that out. The irony of course is that all of the England batsmen, Colly is the one that can play in the most gears and adapt his game depending on the match situation. Eoin Morgan looks like he has similar attributes.

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