Nice hair - shame about the caravan
I've been copping the calls for so long now, I've felt like putting a sign out saying "The caravan's in for repairs."
Aussie fast-bowler Jason Gillespie after years of "where's your caravan?" taunts from England fans.
I love his aggression and the way he plays his cricket. He plays like a true South African.
Australia's Matthew Hayden has a cheeky dig at England, whose only star batsman in the first Test was Kevin Pietersen, born in South Africa.
It'll be interesting if he's still the world-class bowler he was.
Matthew Hoggard wonders whether Glenn McGrath is past it. McGrath responded by taking 5-11 in nine overs.
If she needs me to string a few guitars, I'll be happy to do whatever I can to help. Why not go hanging on a rock 'n' roll tour for a while, drink beer and have fun?
Lance Armstrong retires after his seventh straight Tour de France win and looks forward to hanging around with rock star girlfriend Sheryl Crow.
They don't let you smoke or drink in gyms so you know I'm not going to have
any fun doing that.
John Daly insists he has no plans to pump iron.
When you see Damien coming out of the shower you'd never believe he's a
professional footballer. But as soon as he has got his kit on, he is one hell of
a player - and very impressive technically.
Didier Drogba on Chelsea
team-mate Damien Duff.
Matthew Hayden told me to get out and help them out. But I would not expect
them to do it, so I'm not going to do it - no way.
Chris Rogers after his
209 runs for Leicestershire denied the tourists a victory in their final match
ahead of the Ashes.
Not bad for a South African
Michael Vaughan and Andrew Flintoff could have had bats eight feet wide and would still have been bowled.
Kevin Pietersen defends his team-mates after Glenn McGrath ripped through them at Lord's.
I'm not normally a show pony but after taking 500 Test wickets I reckon I deserve it.
Glenn McGrath celebrates his landmark by wearing some golden boots.