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  1. 21 Dec '06 06:01
    Shane Warne (One of australias greatest cricket legends) has officialy retired today. Although he will still play the rest of the ashes series he says his time to Retire is now.
  2. 21 Dec '06 06:44
    Originally posted by mcrrock
    Shane Warne (One of australias greatest cricket legends) has officialy retired today. Although he will still play the rest of the ashes series he says his time to Retire is now.
    Yeah, yeah...he's says that now, but in 2.5 years when the ACB beg him to return for just one ashes tour...
  3. 21 Dec '06 07:59
    Originally posted by howardgee
    Yeah, yeah...he's says that now, but in 2.5 years when the ACB beg him to return for just one ashes tour...
    Yeah he's still playin but hes not representing AUS.
  4. Standard member Varg
    Thinking...
    21 Dec '06 08:18
    Typical Aussie.
    Why do these guys never retire before playing a series against England?

    He is a legend though.
  5. 21 Dec '06 08:33
    Originally posted by Varg
    Typical Aussie.
    Why do these guys never retire [b]before
    playing a series against England?

    He is a legend though.[/b]
    He is good but he's not as good as the best legend ever "Don Bradman"
  6. Standard member Varg
    Thinking...
    21 Dec '06 08:58
    Originally posted by mcrrock
    He is good but he's not as good as the best legend ever "Don Bradman"
    Surely you jest.
    Bradman was a rubbish bowler!
  7. 21 Dec '06 09:07
    Originally posted by Varg
    Surely you jest.
    Bradman was a rubbish bowler!
    But a heaps good batter.
  8. Standard member lordhighgus
    Kara Thrace &
    21 Dec '06 10:21
    Originally posted by mcrrock
    Shane Warne (One of australias greatest cricket legends) has officialy retired today. Although he will still play the rest of the ashes series he says his time to Retire is now.
    Congratulations to Warney on all his great achievements as a bowling legend of Australian cricket. First man to take 600 wickets and first man who will break 700 wickets in his last two tests.
    This man and Glen McGrath carried Australia's bowling attack for 10 plus years. 15 years for Warne in service to the baggy green. Respect.
    Warne would have been Australia's captain after Steve Waugh except he is a dopey tool off the field.
    Its a shame the chucker (Murali) will overtake him but thats for another thread. Murali is being critisised in New Zealand at the moment for his suspect bowling actions. Good.
    Vale to Warneys amazing talents. The only slow bowler who has an unwavering belief that he will get a wicket every over.
    Gonna miss that.