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Tuesday, September 27, 2011


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Brian Adger The Middlesex Badger

Hamilton-Brown is probably the biggest bellend in county cricket. I sat and watched him "laddishly" captain (in the loosest sense of the word) against Middlesex at Guildford, where he basically paid no attention to the cricket and shouted out 'banter' like a twat. Luckily the Surrey team is filled with twats, so his innivotave style of twattish captaincy has reaped dividends. England captain? Give me a break.

John Church

Distinctly unimpressive individual - instead of trying to improve the behaviour and demeanour of the likes of Roy and Batty he has taken to joining in their chav gang - if it wasnt for Tom Maynard us Surrey members would have no cricketers worthy of the Club

Rich Abbott

Well his 'laddish' captaincy seemed to work okay this season. As a Surrey member I was pretty proud of the 'Chav gang' this year, but you can't please everyone.

Good work, as ever, DG

The Reverse Sweep

RHB certainly has his fair share of detractors doesn't he?

The Reverse Sweep

He certainly divides opinion, doesn't he Brian? As a Sussex fan, I've got a grudging respect for him even if it would appear from what you say that there are still a few chinks that need ironing out.

The Reverse Sweep

But I guess you are happy with the upturn in Surrey's fortunes and RHB has played a decisive role in that...

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