/ NEWS: Graeme Alderson Leaves BMC
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With regret Graeme A has left to spend more time coaching the England Cricket team and other posters on the UKC Cricket threads about the more vague rules of the game :-)
Good luck in whatever you're moving onto G. :-)
Good luck with the Sheff move and the business btw.
Good luck Graeme, know anyone else I can take money off?
You owe me a tenner Graeme.
Does there have to be a reason??
Just seeing if you were awake.
Actually 'Das Plumber' is the correct term!
Hmmmmmm, Let me ponder this one............ 2 Scottish Regions v Nine other regions!! You'll have to try harder than that mate!
You should go for the longer term bet on Sunderland staying in the Premiership.
Well he did try for double or quits on them winning promotion but that was as bad as the Brycs one!
Seriously though folks. It shows what a fantastic job Graeme has done that it will take two people to replace him. I doff my cap to him.
LOL, LOL, Lol!
Thank you Graham :-)
nobody can explain that!!
So naming Chaminda (W.P.U.C.J) Vaas at number 10 explains why Sri Lanka win so many games by the D/L method then?
There are however some tasty rugby games coming up......... SA & your lot?
Its happened at least twice before, once he got away with it.
Strauss has captained England 5 times - 4 times against PAK last year plus this recent game against WI
We hammered PAK at Old Trafford and won very convincingly at Headingley. The Oval was the Oval and an English declaration didn't come into it.
It might have happened at Lord's last year when we declared with a lead of 399 and PAK scored 214 for 4 in 73 overs (presumably more overs would have been available if a result was probable).
So it might have happened once before but it certainly hasn't happened at least twice before.
There's no point arguing with graeme Al; he's always right (like me)!
>he's always right (like me)!
Is he female as well then?
You'll be missed mate! You are irreplaceable - and I mean it.
Enjoy the "new" job.
Well done for all your efforts Graeme - the BMC will be a lesser place without you - but good luck with the projects (you know much about access - lol!)
...and I'll see you down the works sometime ...when the rain comes!
> Is he female as well then?
Well if he is he's a very strange looking one.
The Bar-codes will love you!!
But not stupid enough to support Sunderland.
They never sussed Dalglesh, Gullit, Keegan or Rowder - so why you mate?!
Anyway see you at Ratho, which is my last day for the BMC.
I reckon that our 'C' team can beat your 'B' team.
All the best Graeme and thanks for everything you've done to keep youth comps high on the agenda. The "Margate Massive" would not exist without you ;-)
Hmmm, But you dont think your A Team can be the SA's?
I'm not even close to thinking they are a "top English team". The longer the top brass at NUFC persist with this myth and the longer they put off admitting that a full rebuild job is needed, the longer it will be before we are again a "top English team".
But yes, i will be at Ratho.....and Sheffield.... and Blackpool, so I'll see you there. Best wishes with the Works, we'll get down there sometime soon, and I might even see you at the 'Boro wall in the non too distant future, hopefully?
And I'd back up mark's comments about the Margate Massive with similar comments about Rock Solid North East. the BRYCS series started it off with Jane Newman, and so far we have got you two national team types in Tom n and Adam Watson, and a whole load of other "prospects" under the stewardship of The Earl and Springer. There's some serious talent available if your successor plays his/her cards right in british competition climbing.
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