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Poysden to Yorks?
#1
Listening to Test preview on Radio 5. Michael Vaughan suggesting it’s on the cards that Poysden will be moving to Yorkshire next season.
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#2
I presume that this is on the assumption that Adil Rashid will move on, which seems most likely.
It would be a shame if Josh went; but a bigger shame if he stayed and still failed to get picked.
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#3
It was mentioed in a radio report of the Roses game that his loan was a possible precursor to a three year deal, and Comments from Moxon on five live on Sunday morning did imply that Yorkshire have plans in place for next season that didn't include Rashid.
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(31-07-2018, 06:38 AM)The Good Mugabe Wrote: It was mentioned in a radio report of the Roses game that his loan was a possible precursor to a three year deal and comments from Moxon on Five Live on Sunday morning did imply that Yorkshire have plans in place for next season that didn't include Rashid.

Perhaps we're doing a swap ?!  If Yorks need a red ball spinner, we could do with a decent white ball spinner, to back up Jeets - and get some runs (which unfortunately, Josh is not best equipped to do !)
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(02-08-2018, 03:08 PM)Bald Reynard Wrote:
(31-07-2018, 06:38 AM)The Good Mugabe Wrote: It was mentioned in a radio report of the Roses game that his loan was a possible precursor to a three year deal and comments from Moxon on Five Live on Sunday morning did imply that Yorkshire have plans in place for next season that didn't include Rashid.

Perhaps we're doing a swap ?!  If Yorks need a red ball spinner, we could do with a decent white ball spinner, to back up Jeets - and get some runs (which unfortunately, Josh is not best equipped to do !)

As I said in a different thread, it would be a match made in heaven.
Yorkshire would get a bowler who wants to play; and Warwickshire, who rarely play a second spinner, would get a bowler who doesn't want to play.
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#6
Now confirmed as moving to Yorkshire at the end of the season, with a championship only loan until then. Shame but he hasn't been getting enough opportunities here
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#7
I agree that it looks like a good move for Josh - but a loss to the Bears.
I presume that tomorrow night will be his last game for the Bears (assuming non-qualification for the quarter finals).
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#8
Ian Bell has said all that needs to be said by tweeting:
"Gutted to see this guy go!  One of the hardest working cricketers out there and not a bad bloke either."
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#9
Perhaps we just didn't learn a lesson by not playing him more when we had the chance especially in the T20. If he prospers elsewhere then we have no one else to blame but ourselves. I don't think it's that Rashid doesn't want to play, I think it is more a case of him twiddling away fairly well on unresponsive pitches and then seeing the likes of Borthwick(Awful bowler) and Crane getting Aussie tours ahead of him. He probably thought "What's the point, I might as well just sell myself in T20 games and make some money while I still can", Boycott and Vaughan should have made that point instead of making stupid remarks.
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#10
I just dont think we back our own guys enough sometimes. We get linked with and sign a lot of other players and we don't realise whats underneath our noses.
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Never tried to realise this guys potential. If I'm correct the last championship game he started he took a 5 fer? Never got picked the next game. 3.5 year contract is a decent commitment from Yorkshire (we've just given Ambrose 12 months) so fair play to them and Josh. I was really angry when I heard this news but in hindsight it's what I am coming to expect from Edgbaston PLC.
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#12
We might be interested in signing another Leg Spin bowler - Matt McKiernan is turning out for the Seconds in their final Championship game at Northampton.  He is a 24 year old Right Hand Bat & Leg Spin / Googly bowler (who needs Josh !?), who has played for Cumberland and Northants & Derby Seconds - and even had one game for Derby First team in the T20.  I guess his big advantage over JP, is that he is probably a much better batter (he got 85 and a couple of 50's for Derby Seconds this season) - as well as being a few years younger.  I don't know how good his Googly is - but I never saw Josh ever manage one !
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#13
He'll need to be tried out as 12th man a few times to see if he is a suitable replacement for Josh
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Interesting interview with Josh here, with enough references back to his time at Edgbaston to make the link worthwhile:
https://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/s...-1-9492656
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