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The Mo is here to stay!

2014-02-05 15:14
Mitchell Johnson (Twitter)
Cape Town - It appears the most famous MO in world cricket will be making an appearance during the Proteas v Australia Test series...

Australian speedster Mitchell Johnson sported the 'tash during his country's 5-0 Ashes drubbing of the hapless English - and has elected to give his razor a wide berth ahead of the first Test against the No 1-ranked Proteas starting on Wednesday, February 12 at Centurion Park.

5FM and SuperSport presenter, Sias du Plessis, who happens to be in training for the Dusi Canoe Marathon, posted the following on his Twitter account on Wednesday:

Just interviewed ahead of the test series, looks like the mo is here to stay  

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