1لعبة الكريكيت صندوقالقابضة ... الغمز والرامي لا يزال قويا

تقريبا كل مشجع لعبة الكريكيت سيكون قد سمع الاقتباس الشهير, ينسب إلى بريان جونستون, "القابضة والرامي ل, ويلي على الضارب في ". أم لا هذا حقا قيل الحية على الهواء لم يعد يهم كثيرا, فمن التمثيلي ببراعة للعديد من entenders المزدوجة التي وردت في التعليق الكريكيت قبل ومنذ ذلك الحين. عرضت أن الاحدث في هذا التقليد غرامة تصل أمس تشارلز دغنل في تعليقه على مباراة كأس الأبطال بين باكستان وجنوب أفريقيا, متى, في وصف 7ft1 محمد عرفان باكستان, أعلن واضاف "انه فقط حصلت على مقبض كبير تذكاري ... إذا جاز التعبير". بعد ضحكة مكتومة جيدة أنا وضعت حول إعداد لائحة لبعض من المفضلة, التي أقدم أدناه.

لقد قمت بتحديث هذه القائمة في أغسطس 2017 as a res­ult of enjoy­ing some more clas­sics (won­der­fully described in the show as ‘urbane school­boy humour’) thanks to the won­der­ful “Test Match Spe­cial: لدينا TMS” radio pro­gramme broad­cast on BBC Radio 5 حي, to cel­eb­rate 60 years of TMS.

“I grew a beard on my hon­ey­moon.  فعلت.  I came back with a great big beaver.”
— Unknown, via “Our TMS”

“This comes from… (gig­gling)… It’s not the prime min­is­ter Wil­li­am Pitt, but this is from Wil­li­am H. Tit”
— Jonath­an Agnew & Bri­an John­son, via “Our TMS”

“The heav­ier the balls the less they swing”
— Graeme Swann, via “Our TMS”

“He’s just got a monu­ment­ally big handle… so to speak”
- Charles Dag­nall, باكستان ضد جنوب أفريقيا, ICC Cham­pi­ons Trophy, 10-يونيو عام 2013

“Broad’s in, انه جفان, this time Vet­tori lets it go out­side the off stump, طول جيدة, invit­ing him to fish… but Vet­tori stays on the bank… and keeps his rod down, so to speak”
- Chris­toph­er Mar­tin-Jen­kins, Eng­land v New Zea­l­and, 1شارع Test, 15-مايو 2008

“Just didn’t quite get his leg over”
- Jonath­an Agnew, Eng­land v West Indies, 5عشر Test, 9-أغسطس عام 1991

“Michael Vaughan’s beside me, it’s not easy put­ting a rub­ber on is it?"
- Jonath­an Agnew, Eng­land v Sri Lanka, 2الثانية Test, 7-يونيو 2011

“Well I can tell you the bowler’s Hold­ing, the batsman’s Wil­ley”
— Bri­an John­ston, Eng­land v West Indies, 5عشر Test, البيضاوي, أغسطس-1976 *

“There’s Neil Har­vey stand­ing at leg slip with his legs wide apart, wait­ing for a tickle.”
— Bri­an John­ston, Eng­land v Aus­tralia, 3الثالثة Test, هيدينغلي, يوليو-1961

“He’s usu­ally a good puller — but he couldn’t get it up that time.”
— Rich­ie Benaud

“Wel­come to Leicester where the cap­tain Ray Illing­worth has just relieved him­self at the Pavil­ion End”
— Bri­an John­ston

“Greig walks back to his mark, ولكن فقط لعصابة التغييرات, this time he pol­ishes his left ball.”
— Bri­an John­ston, Eng­land v India, 1شارع Test, Old Traf­ford, 1974

“I don’t think I’ve ever heard a cloud crap like this one”
— Henry Blofeld, Eng­land v India, 1شارع Test, مجلس اللوردات, 1990

“…and it catches him high up on the, غير, thigh … he’s bravely going to carry on … but he doesn’t look too good. One ball left.”
— Bri­an John­ston

“Gee it must be hard to bowl with a stiffy like that.”
Mark Richard­son

In response to a rev­el­a­tion by Sir Viv Richards that he had cut short his hon­ey­moon to play a match: “Did you get any?"
— Jonath­an Agnew, Eng­land v West Indies, جسر ترينت, مايو عام 2012

“There are a lot of hook­ers around the world…”
— Rich­ie Benaud

“Those throb­bing balls are below 115”
— Rameez Raja

“Hafeez is push­ing smoothly. His part­ner Jam­shed is sat­is­fied today”
— Rameez Raja

“Bowden is nev­er Erect, I have always wondered what is the reas­on behind that bend”
— Mark Nich­olas

“A very good pack­age, Vir­at Kohli”
— Rameez Raja

“These two showed how to do it safely, this part­ner­ship is an example of how to do it safely”
— Rameez Raja

“Hafeez is push­ing smoothly. His part­ner Jam­shed is sat­is­fied today”
— Rameez Raja

“and now, لعصابة التغييرات كما هو يمشي إلى الوراء, Greig pol­ishes his left ball”
— Bri­an John­ston

“It’s amaz­ing how he can whip it out just before tea”
— Tre­vor Bailey

There are audio clips of more clas­sic gaffes by Bri­an John­ston at Johnners.com and there are also many oth­er amus­ing quotes at WanderersCricketClub.com و BleacherReport.com

If you know of any oth­er audio clips please let us know in the com­ments below.

* The story of the “bowler’s Hold­ing” clip is a com­plic­ated one. There are vari­ous accounts that sug­gest it really happened, or really didn’t. The main ref­er­ence claim­ing Johnners did use the line is a BBC art­icle which quotes Henry Blofeld as say­ing he was present at the time. How­ever, لقد سمعت هنري Blofeld أول يد شرح قصة, dur­ing which he said that the Johnners didn’t use the line. Appar­ently Johnners received a let­ter which claimed he had used this innu­endo, and he told the story of the let­ter but nev­er con­firmed that he had actu­ally used the line in ques­tion. There is good reas­on to believe the let­ter was a joke as it was sent by a Miss Tess Tickle (also repor­ted else­where as Miss Main­piece)

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