Ex-Yorkshire and England glacially paced opening batsman and annoying radio pundit (Sir) Geoffrey Boycott poured scorn on proposed boundary changes announced today.
In what could hopefully be his final public rant, the self styled 'legend in his own opinion' began in usual fashion "Moving the boundaries!...they make it far to easy for these young players nowadays to hit fours and sixes, its absolute codswallop. In my day, against the four West Indian quickies, without helmets and thigh pads and all that nonsense, we really had to have a go to get a get it over the rope. My grandmoth..."
At that point two burley men in white coats (who were quite obviouslty not umpires) bundled him into the back of a secure white van which was hastily driven away.