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One morning the two big bulls, Gladstone and Brigham Young, thought spring had come, and they began to tease and butt at each other across the barbed wire that separated them.
THE lawyer representing former Pakistan captain Salman Butt at next month's International Cricket Council hearing has claimed the evidence he has of corruption in the game "will make your hair stand on end".
Bruce, who played with Butt at Manchester United, feels the former England midfielder would comfortably step into that slot.