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Are rowdy fans ruining cricket?

The One Show Team | 17:51 UK time, Friday, 7 August 2009


Today saw the start of the fourth Ashes test at Headingly but officials have banned some England fans from attending.

The debate started last week after the crowd booed Australian captain Ricky Ponting and other members of the Australian team during the third Ashes Test.

Their conduct was heavily criticised but Ricky Ponting insisted he had no problem with the booing he faced.

The One Show joined Phil outside the grounds at Headingly to ask whether the Barmy Army, England's notoriously vocal supporters' group, has become a tad too barmy.

We'd like to know what you think and also hear your experiences.

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