Monday, December 14, 2009

The Sign of the Wildebeest


Cricket coaches these days need to add value in new and interesting ways, or someone will ask why they are employed.

Here Andy Flower is seen practicing his signals, something he picked up from contact with a baseball throwing coach.

The meaning of the sign is obscure but some of you with local knowledge might be able to tell us what he is trying to say.  

5 comments:

Purna said...

It means 'rock on'...as far as I know. Maybe it means something else in Afrikaans...

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It means 'rock on'...as far as I know

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