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Joe Root: the future

May 22, 2015

Optimism greeted the players as they strode onto the green, green grass of Lord this morning, even those in England shirts, but after an hour or so of play they must have wished they were back in front of the journalists talking about South African peanuts. Cook, Ballance, Bell and Lyth all fell to what was some wonderful bowling from the New Zealand attack, leaving England at something like 30-4 […]

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We need to stop talking about Kevin

May 12, 2015

He who walks with wise men will be wise, but the companion of fools will be destroyed. Above is a quote from a very old book, author unknown, about the danger of associating with the hard of thinking, or even just the morally bankrupt. While it may seem the most perfect, airtight explanation for why even the most principled and intelligent men and women end up as simpering, spineless crawlers […]

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Next permanent England cricket coach

May 10, 2015

This has been a week of new, both good and bad, although some of that depends on where you stand, not just in politics but in cricket as well. The old phrase ‘one swallow does not a summer make’ is worth heeding, but it seems that for Peter Moores one winter was enough for him to finally lose the confidence of those around him, or more accurately those due to […]

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Richie Benaud: Goodnight everyone

April 10, 2015

It is never a pleasant task to write about a death, but there are some people you never meet that still affect your life more than others, depending mainly on how you grow up and what you love to do. If you grew up loving sport in the UK that means rugby, football and cricket for the most part, and for each of those there is a great man of […]

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Why journalism matters: Robson Sharuko, the punchline of Harare

March 10, 2015

In the UK there are a lot of things that we take for granted, from the relatively open and honest democratic system to being able to drink the water than comes out of the taps, but in a land where Robbie Savage, Garth Crooks and Danny Murphy ply their trade as pundits it comes as a surprise to this writer to find himself thankful for the quality of journalism that […]

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CWC2015 Update

March 4, 2015

So far the Cricket World Cup in Australia has taught us a few things, the most emphatic of which has been that England are utter pony when it comes to the 50-over version of the sport, much to the delight of the writers assigned to follow them and report on their ‘progress’. Giving English cricket a good kicking is practically a trade in itself these days across various media platforms, […]

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