they probably told him what they think of him
Well what I expect from a immature Chappelli. Didnt seem to bother Beefy.. as there was no nervousness in his voice when he eventually did speak. With their history.. odd that Nine put the two together to be honest. Refresh my memory. What was the feud over?The Bill Lawry episode was very good, especially the old clippings from newspapers and magazines during the early years of his career.
Now that you mentioned Chappelli, something you're gonna love:
Footage of Chappelli and Botham in the commentary box together during the 1998/99 Ashes series....just as Steve Waugh scored a fifty! ROFL! That definitely had Chappelli on the edge of his seat:
It can't go ahead and I'd say the ICC will suspend them from being a full member so no tests. I feel for the Afghanistan players but there is more at stake than sport with these fiends in power.
Any way we can get around this ICC policy that Test status depends on both men and women playing. Afghan male cricket should not be penalised because of these draconian Islamist extremist views on women. Make an exception ICC. If not then CA make it a First Class fixture. Sure be good Ashes prep for our boys.
He could, but he probably doesn't want a bullet to the head at the cricket stadium as a reward for speaking out.Paine was simply reiterating the CA stance as the national captain. He never at any stage said "Afghan cricket does not deserve to be playing international cricket." I am certain Paine and every Australian player wanted to play the Afghans. This Asghar Aphgan needs to to lay all blame on the cancelled Test not on Tim Paine, CA or Australia but soley at the feet of the extremist, anti female people now running his country..