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Sports / 8 months ago
Moeen Ali Ready to Pass the Bat Too... To Kinder Gardeners?!
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Ready to pass the bat too? Moeen Ali's surprising retirement plan involves handing over the cricket bat to kindergarteners, in a bold move for the future of English cricket.
After admitting he is ready to step aside for younger cricketers, England's remarkable all-rounder, Moeen Ali, has announced that he's ready to pass the bat onwards. Surprisingly, not to the '20 somethings' in the squad, but to kindergarteners. You heard it here first, folks. After England's recent World Cup performance, which has been described as resembling a kid's backyard cricket match, Ali seems to have decided that the real future of English cricket lies with people much younger. We're not talking about fresh college recruits or promising prospects from local leagues, no, we are talking about 5-year-old Tommy from St. John's Kindergarten or even 4-year-old Millie from Little Monkeys Preschool. In an exclusive interview, Moeen, who's now 36, stated, "If I was in charge, not only would I pass on the bat to the younger generation, I might as well pass it on to the youngest generation. It can't get any worse, can it?" When asked if he thought this controversial approach would drastically affect England's international ranking, considering that kindergartners can barely hold a full-size cricket bat, Ali responded, "We might hit rock bottom with this, but hey, the only way to go from there is up. And, we all know the bounce of English cricket is just as unpredictable as the English weather." The 2019 World Cup-winning vice-captain seemed unfazed by critiques saying it's a 'hapless eventuality' of England Cricket scenario, terming it as 'common sense.' This reflects the growing belief in England's cricketing circles, that sticking pacifiers in the opposition's mouths is indeed a far better method than depending on a tired and ageing team. So, keep your eyes set on the cricket pitch, ladies and gentlemen! The sight of multi-coloured helmets and tiny pads sized for the kindergarten generation may very well be the next big thing in international cricket. Moeen, you've literally set the cricket pitch into a field of dreams. Your retirement plan seems... innovative, to say the least! Still, hats off to Moeen Ali for demonstrating there's quite a lot more to cricket than just hitting boundaries or taking wickets – it's the courage to envision a vivid nursery rhyme replacing the usual cricket chant, ‘Humpty Dumpty had a great fall, the kindergartners are now playing ball.'
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