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Merry Christmas

I am writing to wish all the readers of this blog a Merry Christmas and a very successful 2008.

I hope you will all have a wonderful time and loads of fun. I hope to find some time before the end of the year to post about the cricket at the MCG and perhaps the Christmas football in the English Premier League.


...Merry Christmas to you too, and I hope you will have a restful time with the team is in some bit of trouble now, Man U has hit top form and the Gunners are now in second place, we will get a clearer picture after the new year. The opening batsmen for Australia for the Boxing Day test match showed how far ahead of everybody Australia is, I think India played well after that to restrict the Aussies's scoreline which at one point looked like it was going to be an insurmountable one.

Thanks. The second day of the cricket was great maybe not for India but certainly for Australia. India will need a good second innings now to rescue this match.

I watched the Pompey/Gunner match and was surprised to see Gunners fail to score in a premiership match for the first time this season. Hope its not sign of things to come.

Merry Christmas to you, once in a while I read this blog without necessarily commenting.

Thanks Brian for taking your time to read this blog, I hope you also have wonderful festive season.

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