Grinning, smarmy buffoons have done their best to ruin cricket through the ages from posh snobs not picking Les Jackson to the farce that was this years World Cup.
England cricket coach Duncan Fletcher has finally done the honourable thing and fallen on his sword. Yes he did some good things for the national team but he was responsible for the fall as well.
England's humilating exit in the Cricket World Cup after a thrashing by South Africa is probably the best thing that could happen.
The Cricket World Cup has been a bit of a bore up until Freddie Flintoff's PedaloGate and Ireland sending Pakistan packing but it's all overshadowed by Bob Woolmer's death.
Darren Gough is back at Yorkshire, after three years down south, as the club captain, but I don't know if his knees will stand up to the championship.
England now look to be match fit right at the end of the Ashes tour as they stuff the Aussies in the two finals games to take the one day tri-nations series title.
So a few months down the line England cricket coach Duncan Fletcher finally figures out it probably wasn't the best idea to pick Freddie Flintoff as captain.
England beat New Zealand for the second time in this one day series to reach the CB Final against Australia.
England lose 5-0 in the Ashes, the first whitewash in over 80 years but it's the usual crap from the those humilated.
England capitualte yet again to lose by an inning and 99 runs inside three days to head into the last Ashes test of the sries 4-0.
Toxic Web would like to announce his retirement from one day international cricket to concentrate on his test career.
It's not so much Australia regained the Ashes after the third test but England gave them back without a fight which they follow up with bullshit lies to the English public.
England's Monty Panesar puts in the kind of performance, on the first day at the third test in Perth, that shows why he should have been in the team from the first day and not when England are 2-0 down.
England roll over and die in the second test match after dominating the first few days to lose and go down 2-0 in the Ashes.
England lose the first Ashes test by 277 runs after they are skittled out on the final day and can't bat out for a draw.