He's as horrid as ever, emerging occasionally from the dugout like a crocodile might from under the bank of a river, to sniff the air and ooze menace... [more]
Surman

“He’s as horrid as ever, emerging occasionally from the dugout like a crocodile might from under the bank of a river, to sniff the air and ooze menace. His team’s formula is drilled and effective. The game is to be played in one half of the field – their half. In this way, energy can be conserved, the opposition more easily kicked in the tight spaces and since there are no travelling fans to witness the non-spectacle, no-one will care. In the middle of it all is the weighty, iron-clad Surman. He should have been called Sherman…”

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