Hussey ‘demoralised’: good news for rest of the world

Cricinfo has just reported (from an article in an Australian paper) that

A demoralised Michael Hussey has admitted it will take him a while to recover from his Chappell-Hadlee Trophy experience. Hussey, the stand-in captain, was expected to guide the side easily as Ricky Ponting and Adam Gilchrist were rested, but his short-term role quickly became a nightmare as the team lost the first game by ten wickets and conceded two of the three biggest chases in history.

This is good news for us in the rest of the world… hopefully he won’t recover too soon!!! :)


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