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Semi View Tony Greig Interviewed
TRANSCRIPT: Reporter (unseen): "Something out here that hasn't been done since Douglas Jardin's MCC side in 1934, now Jardin is well remembered for winning back the Ashes in Australia. I imagine now you're already looking to the future and in particular to Australia".
Greig: "Well I can tell you now that nothing in the world would give me greater pleasure than defeat of the Australians but we don't want to get carried away with the fact that we've won three test matches. It's been very different cricket, we've come out here and we've not had to worry about getting out heads knocked off which does make a change".
Ends.. "I'm prepared to think about Boycott but then again it's not only my decision, it's the decision of the selectors that pick the England side".
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