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Should Australia replace injured the Doug Bollinger with Michael Hussey, who was rejected by Greg Chappell? Why?

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Asked by Cricket Poll, 25 Feb '11 09:23 pm
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Ricky Ponting, Bcoz he is tooooooo old
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Answered by vivek gupta, 26 Feb '11 06:18 pm

 
  
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Definitely Michael Hussey would be an asset for the Australian team in the middle. Like Michael Bevan, he
is a finisher.
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Answered by Mahadevan Narayanan, 26 Feb '11 04:49 pm

 
  
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Yes, Greg Chappell is not for any well doing, his only motive is to demotivate & ruin one's career. He has done with Sourav & now with Hussey. Throw him out of ACA for betterment of Australian Cricket.
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Answered by Biswajit Ganguly, 26 Feb '11 04:46 pm

 
  
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If Australia wants to win cup then they should have mike hussey and hauritz instead of smith and kreza.
No worries in pace attack even after injury of bollinger because rest(johnson,lee,tait) are in good form.
Answered by Nowel Markey, 26 Feb '11 04:16 pm

 
  
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Ok
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Answered by shubham goyal, 26 Feb '11 03:14 pm

 
  
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Yes
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Answered by shripad kulkarni, 26 Feb '11 01:55 pm

 
  
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Absolutely No. I think it is a well polanned scheme of Australians. Bollinger coming in and bolinger going out! Just think about wahta sort of replacement ist it. Hussey is a bataman and Bolinger a baller. what sort of replacement is this? I think ICC has to look into it (injury cases, whether true or not). As far as I am concernmed it is well planned strategy.
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Answered by Bijumathew, 26 Feb '11 01:34 pm

 
  
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Not at all. A bowler cannot be replaced by a pure batsman.
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Answered by Indraneel Sarkar, 26 Feb '11 01:27 pm

 
  
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It is Perfect Dission because Hussey ia Briliant batsman for Australia teams.
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Answered by keshari sangram, 26 Feb '11 11:41 am

 
  
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No
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Answered by Tejraj, 26 Feb '11 11:13 am

 
  
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