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Clarke paid tribute to Hughes before his birthday

Clarke paid tribute to Phil Hughes by writing an emotional tribute in his newspaper column on Saturday before Hughes 26th birthday but he is not there with us. A fully disturbed and emotional Clarke appeared before media on Saturday morning to express the grief of the players and their love for Hughes and on Sunday news paper Clarke's column was appeared in the Sunday Telegraph. Clarke wrote that Hughes was loyal and sincere, optimistic and kind-hearted with a wicked sense of humor and with a childish behavior. They two first met when Hughes was 17 and moved from the country town of Macksville to play club cricket in Sydney for Western Suburbs which was the same club that Clarke was representing. He also said that he has no blood brother and Hughes is like my brother.


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