Australia fast bowler Mitchell Johnson will play for Durham in English cricket's domestic Twenty20 competition in this season.Johnson said in Durham's official website "I've heard brilliant things about Durham from Paul Collingwood when he played over in Perth and I'm really excited about joining up with the squad."Chief Executive of Durham, David Harker said: "Mitchell is an excellent addition to our squad and he will certainly be a force to be reckoned with. "One of our ambitions for 2012...Read Full Story
Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson struggling with his big toe of left foot injury believes that still five to six years of cricket is left in him and he wants to be a part of IPL to regain his place in Test cricket.Mitchell has been ruled out of the forthcoming series against West Indies in March-April.Mitchell said on Fox Sports "I'm only 30 years of age, I'm definitely confident of my ability, I've got five or six years left in me so that's my goal."Johnson played 47 matches in his...Read Full Story
This is Mitchell:
Looks just like any other Australian bowler of the last two years, doesn’t he?
This, ladies and gentleman, is a man without a mojo.
Mitchell has learnt that his tatts and his looks don’t give him automatic skill.
Mitchell has learnt that he isn’t the best bowler in the world.
Mitchell knows he needs to take more than 6 wickets in a test series.
Mitchell doesn’t need your sympathy, he needs your help!
Have you seen his mojo? He forgot to put his name on it (again...Read Full Story
Sydney, May 11: Speaking up about the depth of his mental battles, Australian pacer Mitchell Johnson has revealed that he lost his love for the game and would have contemplated retirement had he not injured his toe. - Indiatalkies.comRead Full Story