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State of disarray: why T20 bash is enough to give selectors a headache – Sydney Morning Herald

When Australia lose a Test in the way they did in Melbourne there are plenty of culprits tarred and feathered. But what about the system that encompasses them all?…

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Then someone, or a group of people really, decided that we should have full-time professional cricketers who did nothing other than play and practise cricket and have lattes while they waited around for their next training session or game.
Those of us who had experienced a bit of life – and had even played some professional cricket in England – said be careful, full-time professionalism isnt all that it is cracked up to be. Donald Bradman told me once that, when sport becomes a business, it loses…

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Sue Gilroy