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    (Original post by bizzy_khan)
    definitely Wasim Akram!
    ditto
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    Shoaib Akhtar and Brett Lee when he's on one of those slightly-deranged pumped up missions to hurt someone with a cricket ball. He gets this angry, manic look which would make me **** myself as a batsman.
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    Hehe.
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    Malcolm Marshall.
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    Devon Malcolm more like!
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    I'm not going to talk about really old players that I never saw, but I'd say some of the most fearsome bowlers in recent times have been Allan Donald (there was a series against England in 1998 where he was truly terrifying), Courtney Walsh & Curtly Ambrose, Waqar Younis and Wasim Akram. For a short time, Andrew Caddick was feared by a lot of teams... I remember in 2000 he absolutely tore West Indies apart. I'm not sure if anyone has mentioned him, but when he is fired up, I think Flintoff is one of the most lethal bowlers around... I think he's very underrated as a bowler. Shoaib's pace is truly terrifying, but he is so inconsistent that I don't think batsmen are ever that scared of him, they know that they will always be able to get a few runs off him.
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    Shoaib's pace is truly terrifying, but he is so inconsistent that I don't think batsmen are ever that scared of him, they know that they will always be able to get a few runs off him.
    Injured rather than inconsistent...when he is fit enough, even the Aussies are hopping around.
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    What about Roy Gilchrist of West Indies?
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    Laidies Figure Skating Short Program Tonight! Can't wait, but I'm gonna have to miss CSI
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    You can't say that God isn't right in this instance :p:
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    (Original post by UnaChance)
    Laidies Figure Skating Short Program Tonight! Can't wait, but I'm gonna have to miss CSI
    OO yay!! Thanks for that, I always seem to miss it!
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    Yeah but I would hate to be on the recieving end of a post like that!!!
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    I don't really care replies like that come from people who are ashamed of their own bodies and capabilities checked again today it was actually bout 56 seconds not 40-50 I was reading the wrong dial at one point but today I did it in 56 seconds
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    **yawns**
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    Get the strapping off and ditch the crutches. It needs to move to heal. Keep it mobile and start to bear weight on it as soon as it is not too painful. Ligament damage is a pain in the arse;they never heal as strong so you will need to do some strenghthening on the muscles around the ankle. This depends on the lig you sprained. Whicheve side it is the muscles on that side need to be strenghtened to support your ankle in the future. For the time being swimming will be fine but I wouldn't cycle on it just yet. Dont use an ankle support whilst exercising either.
    I have every sympathy for you. Sprains hurty.
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    What teenageclay forgot to tell us is he is actually a cheetah
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    No dont be mean, let's just watch as his 'misread' time increases until someone believes him. :rolleyes:
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    Wouldn't mind knowing what gym/treadmill he uses. If he can get speeds like that then it's obviously a miracle working one, so perhaps it could lose me weight instantly...
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    (Original post by nad11)
    fixed-yeh u'd say tht judging from paks body language when they walked out and their high dropout rate of top players!!
    Exactly!:rolleyes:
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    Doubt it running isn't that good for loosing weight really your best doing cross-training one or rowing they are good for calorie burning. The best ones in our gym go up to about 30kmh.
 
 
 
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