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    February 11, 2005

    I love umpires - Brett Lee

    Following last week's claims by Woolmer, Waqar and a couple of Kiwis that umpires were giving decisions in favour of Australia on account of their planned and orchestrated appealing, ace twelfth man Brett Lee has come out openly in support of the umpires, claiming they have a tough job to do. I wonder if he'd have similar thoughts if his figures in the VB Series had been 5 wickets at the rate of 35 a wicket and an economy rate of 6.3 rather than the man of the series award and being the top wicket-taker in the tournament.
    Thus spake Jagadish @ 6:36 PM |
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