Australian famous cricketer Shane Warne receltly speak out about Steve Waugh. His long-standing quarrel with Steve Waugh was out in the open by and by when turn legend Shane Warne pummeled the previous Australian commander as “the most narrow minded cricketer that I’ve played with” amid a TV program.
“There’s a great deal of reasons I don’t care for Steve Waugh, a considerable measure of reasons … since he’s the most narrow minded cricketer I’ve played with, blah, blah, blah,” Warne said while showing up on Channel Ten’s I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here system.
Warne talked about the game changing occurrence that happened 17 years prior when he was chopped out from the last Test against the West Indies in 1999, with Australia trailing 1-2. “One thing that truly irritated me about him was the one Test I got dropped, in West Indies. We needed to win the last Test match to win the trophy. At that stage, chief (Waugh), bad habit skipper (me), mentor (Geoff Marsh) used to pick the group,” said the 46-year-old.
“We went to choice. I hadn’t played well, we’d lost – Brian Lara batted stunning – yet I had a feeling that I was being the substitute, since I didn’t bowl well it was my deficiency. “Anyway, we get to choice table and I said, ‘alright, what’s everybody’s considerations?’. Steve Waugh said, ‘You’re not playing’. I went, ‘What? Hold tight. What do you think the group ought to be? Blah’, and Steve Waugh said ‘No, I’m the skipper of this side, I’m the commander, you’re not playing’.
“I was truly baffled. Following 10 years. I’d simply had a shoulder operation. I thought the circumstance where we needed to win the Test match would have brought the best out of me as well.” Warne then included: “I don’t care for Steve Waugh for a great deal of different reasons.”