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The big question: Where does Yorkshire go from here?

September 28 2017 at 1:31 AM

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After two titles and an ECB-impacted second place finish in the past three seasons, the Yorkshire dynasty ended today with an exclamation mark for the ages. And if not for narrow 3-run and two-wicket wins in earlier matches, the Tykes would be headed for the second division.

No coach or manager could reasonably expect to survive a disappointing season like this, especially after the shambolic record-breaking denouement in the final match. Gale or Moxon or both should do the right thing and exit stage door left. Yorkshire need a fresh start and a new strategy - both on and off the field.

So, where does Yorkshire go from here?

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Re: The big question: Where does Yorkshire go from here?

September 28 2017, 8:23 AM 

Yesterday was Hall and Oates and today it's Haircut 100

Where do we go from here
Is it down to div 2 I fear...

 
 
Steve C
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Re: The big question: Where does Yorkshire go from here?

September 28 2017, 8:34 AM 

Excellent observation.
I always liked Haircut 100 rather more than i ought to have done..

Its difficult to know who's n charge of the club at times like these. Does the Chairman have enough cricket knowledge to interrogate Gale and Moxon..?
Does Mark Arthur understand the game - or is he more of a business manager..?

 
 
 
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