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Fri 16 Nov 2012
00:04:48
Jean de Villiers talks about the impact the overseas-based SA players have on the Springbok squad.

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What would you like AB to do about his cricket future?
Fully commit to the Proteas in Test cricket
Fully commit to SA just in ODIs to prepare for 2019 World Cup
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Fully commit to Proteas in all three formats
Play what he wants, when he wants. After all, he's AB!