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Australian Cricket

Shane Warne, an Australian legend, is not amused by the current culture:

"Can I cut to the chase here? They need to find the best captain, find who's going to be the best captain for each form of the game and say 'guys, run with me'," Warne said while commentating for Fox Cricket during the first ODI against South Africa in Perth, where Australia suffered a heavy defeat. "Forget all the words, forget all the verbal diarrhoea and all that sort of stuff. That's all rubbish, seriously, it makes you vomit."

Warne is referring to the bizarre use of buzzwords in Australian cricket:

A 38-word Player Pact was unveiled, and on the eve of the Perth ODI, photos revealed words such as "patience", "pressure" and "elite honesty" emblazoned in the Australian dressing room. "Elite honesty," in particular, came under a lot of scrutiny on social media.

Let's see how badly they'll lose in the World Cup next year when they defend their title.

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