OHOB Episode 89 with Blaise Murphet & Michael Wagener

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Audio, 23rd January 2013: 36 minutes

BLAISE MURPHET appraises South Africa’s firm #1 standing and gives his take on Mike Hussey, ‘informed player management’, and everything Australia. Meanwhile MICHAEL WAGENER shares insights into New Zealand’s highs and lows, excessive run outs and their threat towards English tourists.

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World Cricket Watch has assembled a crackpot team in the desperate hope of creating the greatest cricket podcast on the web. When we first came up with the idea for the show it was based on the notion that great podcasts rely on great conversations, and that cricket, more than any other sport, provides the perfect backdrop for conversation that can reach beyond the specificities of sport to culture and society. We all know that the best cricket writing is also a great way of finding out about the particularities of a given time or place, and we hoped that a podcast could do the same.


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