Considered it for a while, then thought no it isn’t worth it. But then came across this news article titled – why Aggers drew daggers in which the author tries to explain why Jonathan Agnew was having a hard of time in Twitter and why he’s had to block folks. The reason’s given in the article is laughable, and I was one of the blokes Agnew refers to here
So here goes in pictures all the exchanges I’ve had with Agnew.
I’ll admit the first ever tweet wasn’t ideal , but Agnew had this piece where in addition to (rightly) praising England ( even if a bit OTT), he get’s derisive about India.
In addition to that tweet also sent him a link to this article
to which he replied so :
and he immediately follows it by this one :
I of course don’t let this moment go, and tweet this :
And then this silly reply to me :
to which I replied so :
Then for a couple of days things were fine. Rahul Dravid’s dismissal in the second innings by the third umpire had the following tweets from Agnew , the one below as the third umpire was shown the same technology as the rest of us watching on TV :