New song 'That's in England' takes aim at English 'foreign players' selection policy
Sydney, Nov 27 (ANI): A comedian by the name of Denis Carnahan has produced a song called 'That's in England', that taunts English cricket selection policies and how it has players from around the world.
According to The Daily Telegraph, Carnahan has adapted his YouTube classic 'That's In Queensland', which is closing in on half a million YouTube views, to take aim at English cricket's foreign legion.
Carnahan said that when he saw that the English touring squad had 3 South Africans, an Irishman, a Zimbabwean and a Kiwi, he could not resist.
Carnahan released 'That's In England' prior to Jonathan Trott's departure from England's Ashes squad with a stress-related illness, the report said. (ANI)
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