Paddy The Baddy Alright Lad Shirt

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Paddy The Baddy Alright Lad Shirt .teams around him to win games for Australia, and above all else his incredible skills as a leg-spinner. “There’s so many guys in this team and squad who still hold him as a hero … all-time favorite player. The game was never the and I love this same after Warnie emerged and the game will never be the same after his passing. “Rest in peace, King.” Warne celebrates with his teammates after taking the wicket Sachin Tendulkar in 1999. Ball of the century Warne wasn’t just a bowler capable of dominating matches almost single handedly, he was also an entertainer, happy to engage in banter with England fans and often the subject of tabloid headlines. If his first year as an international player gave a few indications that he was destined for success, a single ball he bowled in Manchester in 1993 completely changed perceptions about the bowler. Just a year after making his international debut in 1992, Warne was playing

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  Paddy The Baddy Alright Lad Shirt .in his first Ashes series in England. Adorned with his short, bright blonde hair and wielding his now famous right-arm bowling action, Warne produced a bamboozling delivery in what has been dubbed the and I love this “ball of the century.” The delivery looked to be heading past England batter Mike Gatting’s leg stump. Then it bounced on the pitch, spun dramatically and missed Gatting’s bat before astonishingly hitting the off-stump. Like many others, Gatting looked astounded that such an initially harmless-looking delivery had cost him his wicket — former England player Graham Gooch said: “He looked as though someone had just nicked his lunch.” Warne bowling during the Third Ashes test match against England at Old Trafford cricket ground on July 4, 1997. Warne’s ability to flight and spin the ball to such devastating effect helped revive leg-spin from a forgotten art into a key component in modern day cricket. “The highlight of my cricketing career was to keep wicket to Warnie,”
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3 reviews for Paddy The Baddy Alright Lad Shirt


    good graphics and texture

  2. Steve Maher

    omg, exactly the same as the picture ~ quality product! Would recommend


    Really cute!!

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