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Proteas too unpredictable

2014-11-25 15:15
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In July 2012 former Proteas wicketkeeper Mark Boucher retired from International cricket after he was struck in the eye by a flailing bail during a tour match in England.

Being the Proteas Team Captain is a very hard job, they are so unpredictable and you just don't know which team will pitch on the day. I respect AB but this is not a one mans job, we are more like the Pakistan but at least they know their strengths which is their bowling and if they play well they can beat any team in the world. We are at a disadvantage though cause we are not sure of our strengths. It could be our batting if 4 of our top batsmen bet well or bowling if Steyn, Philander and Morkel perform with the bowl. The rest our team are mediocre.....

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