Freddie's new tattoo

Courtesy: BBC
"Andy is a big lad but in the scale of things it isn't really that big. It's more the impact of one day seeing bare skin and the next quite a prominent piece of art on his arm.

"He's at an age where he knows his own mind. It's making a statement about something he does for his career. I don't think for one minute he'll regret what he's done."

The new tattoo includes the Roman numerals for Flintoff's Test player number (591 - DXCI) and one-day player number (154 - CLIV), below the three lions of the England badge.

A repeat performance of last year's Ashes - and Freddie will have the Ashes urn tattooed below those player-numbers.

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Anonymous Anonymous 6:16 PM

I think his tattoo looks hideous. The cricket has gone to his head, what happens when he's 70 and an all wrinkled OAP?

~Adam    



Blogger vishnupavan 1:09 PM

Wrinled OAP.. hmm guess Freddie wasn't thinking that far..    



Blogger Giles 7:59 AM

Why would he worry about what he looks like when he's 70? Do you? If the answer's yes, you're the one with the problem, not Freddie. It is big, but he's old enough to make his own mind up. Who are we to judge anyone, let alone the captain of the English cricket team.    



Anonymous jp 8:20 AM

I didn't know Freddie was hiding that under his shirt. It's...on the monstrous side of things, isn't it? Hope they haven't miscalculated his England player numbers.    



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