Greatest Eleven Ever!

Greatest Eleven Ever!

Post by Nadeem A Mal » Fri, 08 Mar 1996 04:00:00



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>> Well I thought i'd start off a huge row by putting my opinions down over
>> this particular subject....

This has got to be a joke! :

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>> 1.Geoff Boycott.   <----  HAHA!
>> 2.Sunil Gavaskar.
>> 3.Brian Lara.      <----  too young yet, decide in 10yrs say
>> 4.David Gower.     <----  good bats, but not among legends
>> 5.Viv Richards.
>> 6.Clive Lloyd.     <----  good batsman and captain, but not great
>> 7.Geoff Dujon.     <----  what's his claim to fame?
>> 8.Richard Hadlee.
>> 9.Shane Warne.     <----  decide in 5-10yrs
>> 10.Michael Holding.<----  perhaps?
>> 11.Fred Trueman.

>Where's Worplesdon?

>--

some other names spring to mind: sobers, bradman, Imran, Javed Miandad,
Alan Border. For all its worth here's my all time 11:

1. Bradman
2. Sobers
3. Hadlee
4. Javed Miandad
5. Imran Khan
6. Viv Richards
7. Alan Border
8. Trueman
9. Holding
10 Greg Chapel
11 Sunil Gavaskar

NO particular ordering implied.

Nadeem

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Greatest Eleven Ever!

Post by Mike Holman » Sat, 09 Mar 1996 04:00:00

Jon Ivar quried:

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> > 1.Geoff Boycott.
> > 2.Sunil Gavaskar.
> > 3.Brian Lara.
> > 4.David Gower.
> > 5.Viv Richards.
> > 6.Clive Lloyd.
> > 7.Geoff Dujon.
> > 8.Richard Hadlee.
> > 9.Shane Warne.
> > 10.Michael Holding.
> > 11.Fred Trueman.

> Where's Worplesdon?

Come on, Jon. this guy's so wet behind the ears he hasn't even heard of
Bradman, let alone the legendary Worplesdon.

Cheers,

Mike