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AndyinLiverpool

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  1. The catcher has to be in control of his movements. Staggering backwards while taking the catch is not in control because it is not a voluntary movement. Once he'd stepped on the boundary with the ball in his hand the ball has made contact with the boundary and it therefore 6 runs and the ball is now dead. Throwing it to another player counts for nothing in such circumstances.
  2. Fair enough. I just think we're not playing well because of New Zealand.
  3. Buttler doesn't have a great deal of form. Would be nice for him to rediscover some.
  4. I don't see that at all. I think New Zealand are doing brilliantly and making it really difficult to score.
  5. I think New Zealand are favourites.
  6. New Zealand's batting didn't get going either. Batting has been difficult all day.
  7. De Grandhomme is bowling superbly
  8. Not if your job is communicating with the written word. If he/she can't get that right, what else are they ducking up?
  9. Dear DCFC It's 'comprise four 30-minute quarters', not 'comprise of...'
  10. Nice. Any reason this thread is still open?
  11. What is Rowett doing these days? Has he got another gig boring fans to death somewhere or did he truly duck up his career for money?
  12. https://www.upworthy.com/japanese-zoo-fake-lion-drill
  13. Milk before the boiling water? This is is not the ticket at all.
  14. Beware of Tories showing 'concern' for those on lower incomes.
  15. Chernobyl. The best TV I’ve watched in many a year.
  16. These things like this nearly always end badly. Let's have a bit of fun in the meantime.
  17. I'm not sure you're allowed to say that.
  18. To all those going weak at the knees over Dutch total football and what-have-you, please remember that Cocu was assistant manager of the Dutch national team in the 2010 World Cup final, one of the most disgraceful displays of anti-football ever.
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