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Freddie is a legend in his own right and the game will not be the same without him. Freddie is the most whole hearted cricketer in the entire team and should be awarded Sports personality for the 2nd time! He is an inspiration to all young cricketers and I hope that he will continue to play other forms of cricket.after the Ashes. My greatest memory of Freddie would be when he bowled Pontin out during the Ashes 2005! Freddie you are simply THE BEST!!
Posted 15:55 2nd August 2009
Freddies' retirement is a huge blow to English cricket. He has been our talisman for so long now and when he hasn't played England have struggled. Thanks for the memories freddie, a true modern day great.
Posted 02:24 24th July 2009
Some of my fave Freddie moments are the time his dad dropped him in the crowd at I think Old Trafford when he had just smacked a six into the stands and you can clearly see Freddie saying that's my dad. I also loved his sledging to Tino Best against the Windies at Lord's - mind them windows Tino - and then laughing helplessly as Best was stumped a couple of balls later. Who can forget the wonderful moment when he consoled Brett Lee at Edgbaston? But for me the best Freddie moment was him arching his back, arms spread and shouting FREDDIE after ripping through the Aussie batting in 2005.
Posted 22:13 21st July 2009
I wish he was an Aussie, i can pay no higher compliment than that. An absolute inspiration to his country.
Posted 01:44 21st July 2009
Flintoff wil be thoroughly missed in any cricketing expeditions that England would undertake in the near future, especially the tour of South Africa after the Ashes....A greta player symbolising English Cricket..Hats Off Fredie...!!
Posted 15:08 16th July 2009