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Online Bubbasmith

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O.P. « 2018-Mar-29, 09:27 AM »
If we take it as gospel that Lehmann was unaware of the ball tampering in South Africa, maybe we could go a little back in history as to whether he, as assert by CA, is squeaky clean
When Australia played in India last year Captain Smith was given out LBW however he was busted by looking up to the dressing room before using the DRS to review the decision, as it turned out it was the third time he had done in the series. One might then ask who's advice in the dressing room he was seeking as to whether he should challenge the appeal ?
I do not think it would have been Renshaw, at that time, the junior opening batsman, maybe it was Lyon or Wade, the long-gone wicketkeeper, no it could only have been Lehmann.

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« 2018-Mar-29, 09:58 AM Reply #1 »
There are plenty of people in the dressing rooms that could be guilty of doing that.

He should be gone, He is the man in charge of this toxic Australian side and he has overseen it become possibly the most hated sporting team on the planet.

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« 2018-Mar-29, 05:36 PM Reply #2 »
No way is DL guilty

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« 2018-Mar-29, 10:32 PM Reply #3 »
Lehman steps down.

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« 2018-Mar-30, 07:40 AM Reply #4 »
Bubba

Do you really need to open up a new tread whenever a though pops into your head?

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« 2018-Mar-30, 11:19 AM Reply #5 »
Bubba

Do you really need to open up a new tread whenever a though pops into your head?

JWH, I had already THOUGHT about that but decided  a new THREAD was appropriate.
« Last Edit: 2018-Mar-30, 11:39 AM by Bubbasmith »

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« 2018-Mar-30, 12:10 PM Reply #6 »
What a shame, people may or may not like his style of coaching but he seems like an innocent victim of the stupidity of a few players who should have known better. Thought his down to earth and approachable style broke down some walls, you might compare him to Peter Moody in the racing scene. Thanks Boof and good luck with future endeavours.

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« 2018-Mar-30, 01:24 PM Reply #7 »
What a shame, people may or may not like his style of coaching but he seems like an innocent victim of the stupidity of a few players who should have known better. Thought his down to earth and approachable style broke down some walls, you might compare him to Peter Moody in the racing scene. Thanks Boof and good luck with future endeavours.

Whilst I am saddened by the whole thing and do not like seeing people in such positions I blame him for where this side is now.


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« 2018-Mar-30, 01:29 PM Reply #8 »
I blame CA & the ICC


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