This cricket Australia video showcases mongatge shots of clashes, fits of fury and heated exchanges between former players.Panel experts Michael Slater, Michael Vaughan and Ian Healy discussed the different blow ups they were a part of and witnessed in the dressing room over the years.
While Michael Slater had his disgraceful outburst at Rahul Dravid, Ian Healy threw his bat in the balcony after being wrongly adjudged caught behind against South Africa.
The Sydney Morning Herald reported that although past keeping greats such as Adam Gilchrist and Rodney Marsh retired at Haddin’s age, however, Healy believes that Haddin’s late arrival on the international scene, plus a recent hiatus because of the illness of his daughter, means that he has played relatively little cricket.
Healy also said that there is no reason why Haddin could not double his 52 Tests before pulling up stumps, which would take him to 2018, past his 40th birthday and the next two Ashes series, saying that the ”new perspective on life” Haddin’s daughter’s illness gave him means that he now sees cricket as a game and not just his livelihood.
Stating that Haddin is in a right frame of mind as he is relaxed, enjoying the game and taking a few risks, Healy also said that Haddin would either double his 52 Tests or get to 75 very easily and then think about retiring.
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