Just not cricket?

Just not cricket?

Were England right to run out Grant Elliott after his collision with Ryan Sidebottom at the Oval?

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Phil Ashen says...

Regardless of whether you agree with what England did (or didn't do) Daniel Vettori's reaction was a disgrace. You could easily lip read what Vettori was saying and from someone leading his country overseas it was disgraceful! Could he say his team would not have done the same thing?

Posted 19:17 25th June 2008

David Reader says...

As an England Fan I think Paul Collingwoods behaviour is a disgrace. I am ashamed to be English and for once I am pleased we lost a match - cheats shouldn't prosper. What example does this behaviour set to young sportspeople watching ? I think Collingwood should be made an example of - he should be sacked as Captain and dropped from the team and miss the potentially lucrative 20:20 Antigua series - that will send the right message that this sort of unsportsmanship will not be tolerated

Posted 19:11 25th June 2008

David Reader says...

As an England Fan I think Paul Collingwood's behaviour is a disgrace. I am ashamed to be English and for once I am pleased we lost a match - cheats shouldn't prosper. What example does this behaviour set to young sportspeople watching? I think Collingwood should be made an example of - he should be sacked as Captain and dropped from the team and miss the potentially lucrative 20-:20 Antigua series - that will send the right message that this sort of unsportsmanship should will not be tolerated.

Posted 19:10 25th June 2008

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