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Andrew Flintoff
#1
Sad but not at all surprising news that Super Fred announced his retirement from all forms of cricket today.
I'm glad he was around in the years i began watching the game properly and gave me some fantastic memories to cherish...and i named our cat after him.
Thanks for everything Freddie.
I'm a horrid bint.....apparently!
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#2
Yes for two years he was untouchable, its unfortunate that he has been plagued by injuries. I'll move this to the international section and see why you cant delete your own posts
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#3
There will never be another Andrew Flintoff..and at the moment i don't really see anyone waiting to fill his boots.
Any suggestions?
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#4
Not really Val. Chris Woakes could be an England allrounder though
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#5
No he is a legend.
T20 Fantasy League Champion 2010
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#6
Lovely story on the radio this morning.
Apparently he is always giving people Bumble's telephone number to get them to ring and book a court for a game of tennis (David Lloyd centres)
Bumble's getting a bit irritated now after some 200-300 calls!
LE - aka John
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#7
Spare a thought for poor Freddie:
http://www.bridgingandcommercial.co.uk/n...r_lived_in
It's tough at the top!
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#8
Poor lad (I don't think)
T20 Fantasy League Champion 2010
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#9
Is it just me that finds Freddie's post-cricket attempts at a career a bit sad?
http://msn.foxsports.com/boxing/story/re...eer-090812?
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#10
This article sums up what I was getting at:
http://www.cricket365.com/news/story/806...-afterlife?
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