Infamous Grovel remark: Tony Greig fires up Windies

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sixandout6
2008-06-08 00:00:00
Ha, Ha. No wonder the Windies got so fired up. Greig just did not realise the true impact of his ill-chosen words ahead of this series.
IanBishop
2008-06-04 00:00:00
Hey Man, thanks for posting. first time I have heared Greig's unfortunate words. No wonder Holding & co got so motivated to send down the thunderbolts at Grieg.


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