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Michael Clarke, Gerard Zereley feud, a bad man from the Australian cricket game, what have they said about Clarke and Whateley?



Former coach Michael Clarke does not want to be considered guilty of blasphemy and does not want to be linked to one of Australia's most cunning scandals.

After downloading a social media attack after director Gerard Zereley, Clarke said he was "cowardly caring for himself".

"I think everything Gerard said has gone completely," said Clark. "I guess it's a mistake to blame against the aircraft.

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"I thought in Gerard Zereley's comments that I made my feelings very clear.

"I was able to charge a reasonable fee for the criticism, whether it was fair or unfair, or not, I split it.

"But asking somebody or scaring my integrity and my credibility, that's not for sale.

"This was not done, so I felt my social communications clearly".

half_cameraMichael Clarke is not happy with the new Australian cricket path. Image: Getty

Asked about Whateley's apology, Clarke said: "It could hardly have anything to do with Gerard Zereley."

On Thursday night, Clarke sent a tweet – which was directed by Whateley and his radio directors – answered the comments he made earlier.

He defended his impressive record as a captain and as his team played before becoming personal.

"Invoice: Gerard Thateley suggests that I'm responsible for the manipulation of the ball, only one title that makes the cowardly one", Clarke wrote.

"Perhaps if there is enough talent or enough in the cricket field, it would have a better perspective behind a microphone.

"If you are thinking of today's current cricket team that is more important than winning cricket in the world and winning from within our rules of the game, you are only because you are ill-informed."

Clarker said blasphemy was blamed on the forbidden trio against Steve Smith, David Warner, and Cameron Bancroft.

"When you blame the culture, you can confirm the CEO's CEO's guilt, at the end of the day, that three people should take the decision to continue living."

The war between the Clarke and the Whateley talks, this week on Tuesday with radio stations with sportsmen, Clarke said Australia's current lines "began to worst and worried that they were beginning to worry".

Whateley and former test star Simon Katich, when they dressed up for Clarke, repeatedly criticized the comments on the captain of the criticism and pointed out the lost point.

But Clark has been concerned about controlling the scandal and then culture in a review culture in Cricket Australia.

This review has led to a new cricket season in Australia, taking into account the nature of a player, the field will be considered as much talent when selecting cricket groups.

half_cameraAustralian Honor Captain Steve Smith and Michael Clarke.

Clark explained what he meant to continue playing hardcore and harder on the Australian team.

"Cricket" is called Australia's way, which means that cricket style is a good attitude, a good intention, an aggressive body limb, that it always plays within the rules, "said Macquarie Sports Radio.

"I think it's tough, aggressive, competitive, never a step back that means that scam is okay, does not mean the sandpaper's cricket is fine in the field, it does not mean sledging and personal treatment, and that's where I feel. People Many do not know what they are saying.

"I never thought in my life that this thing is OK."

They talked about Whateley and Katich Clarke's views, saying that the cultural change within the group was "lost".

The seating also declared a cultural flavor in the cigar in Australia, and as a result of the scandal, Clarke's leadership was born.

Whateley Clarke and her leadership have not changed, despite Clarke's response.

half_cameraClarke is not a happy man right now. Image: Getty

Asking what he said on Wednesday, Zereley was a prolific SEN: "No".

"He thinks he is misunderstood about what happened in the Australian cigar during the last nine months, and it has been an old idea that has proven to be the destruction of the group.

"I never said that he was in charge of what happened in South Africa, but Australia became a group of critics of the time, as captain, and he continued.

"Michael Clarke's criticism was hard and his response was right.

"If Australia's cricket was playing the last time it was playing, using the fictional line as a futile flow, the team and the organization failed.

"Australia is looking for a respect for the search, but it's not surprising, and it was a dissatisfaction with Clarke.

"Mitch Johnson wrote about the culture of toxicity developed with Clarke's leadership and did not play the rumor of the group they did not want to play."

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– Mikel Clarke (Tuesday night) proof patron.

"Austrian cricketes believe that enjoyment will continue to be worrying and continue to worry about respect," said Clarquek Macquarie Sports Radio.

"Play hard, Australian cricket, whether we like it or not, in our blood.

"If you try and you've been away, it can be the favorite team in the world, we're not a winner — we do not win a game. We can do everything we want to win."

Answer

SEN director Gerard Zereley (Wednesday morning)

"Clarke's interpretive interpretation of the male Australian test group is wonderful.

"He continued to rely on the line – fictional and his subsequent groups used all forms of boorish behavior – the biggest nonsense may be one single in the last nine months.

"The test summer before us is a critical moment of recalibration and Paine and his team, who are cricketing national character restoring their responsibility, left a lot better than Clarke is espousing.

"Listen, I began to read angry."

half_cameraClarke and Simon Katich happier times. Image: Getty

SIMON KATICH (Wednesday morning).

"We're missing one point again," said Kat.

"What is forgotten about this, we're doing a bad disaster and there's a reason for it today.

"Michael, of course, made his comments, but we missed the point – how many times did Captain Australia captain the captain with the bad maker? It never happened … he shook the nation.

"We caught the blatantly fraud and we should fix it as quickly as possible and not only Australia and the public cricket around the world, but we respect it and our behavior is a huge part of it."

Australian captain TIM PAINE thought about Clark's comments (Wednesday night)

"Nobody likes to like, definitely, the opposition," said Pain in ESPNcricinfo.

"We have been trying to get the confidence of the Australian public, and we want to make it clear to Australians and cricket fans that they love or love Australia's test team, but that is not a question, but from the point of view of opposition we do not want to be in love."

Former Australia MATTHEW HAYDEN (Wednesday night)

"You do not want to play to be a master for being a good block.

"What is our truth, I know as the Australian cricket, is our best cricket when fighting. Now the word" fight "reminds us of fights, verbal diarrhea, and racial and religious insults," said Hayden, as reported by Fairfax.

"We are talking about a body language, and when you go to the Australian line and play SCG," this is our country, our country. "And we want to try and win our care. And I think that's what Michael Michael Strogoff would really like to say, Due to this competitiveness.

CLARKE DOUBLES DOWN

Michael Clarke's lie to Gerard Zereley (Wednesday night)

"As Gerard Thateley insists that I am responsible for the manipulation of the ball, it is only a leader who is cowardly," Clarke wrote.

"Perhaps if there is enough talent or enough in the cricket field, it would have a better perspective behind a microphone.

"If you are thinking of today's current cricket team that is more important than winning cricket in the world and winning from within our rules of the game, you are only because you are ill-informed."


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