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Be easy

August 19, 2014
ACook

When they say a week is a long time in politics the general reaction is to smile and nod knowingly for most people, rather than risk exposing themselves to a long conversation with the sort of bore who’d use such a phrase, but in cricket things are a bit more considered and it can sometimes take up to a month to tear a man down. Where you start is not […]

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Goodbye Jacques Kallis

August 1, 2014
JKallisPBaverey

Of all the great players we’ve seen in the last twenty years, it is probably fair to say none has quite run that gamut of ability over their time as much as Jacques Kallis, the South African all-rounder who today announced his retirement from international cricket in all its forms, to muted fanfare if truth be told. A player who started out as a bowling all-rounder and ended up being […]

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England v India: 2nd test

July 17, 2014
CookRichJacques

Although the first test between England and India didn’t end in a loss for the home side it is fair to say it raised a few questions about the ability of the team to follow a plan and act with clarity when the opportunity to change a game arises, questions Geoff Boycott revelled in asking acerbically once the draw had been declared. Alastair Cook’s leadership has been question several times […]

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England v India: Captain Cook’s last stand?

July 10, 2014
ACook

There seems to be a cycle of English sport, whereby only one of our teams can enjoy success at any given time, if any of them do at all, but right at the moment we’re just struggling generally whatever the game and it’s hard not to see this as a low point for our national athletic identity. Andy Murray failed fairly unspectacularly in his attempt to hold onto the Wimbledon […]

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Don’t be a d*ck

July 6, 2014
KP

Watching the Wimbledon final on a Sunday afternoon in July is one of the greatest pleasures a modern fan ever gets to experience, with the level of play now so high as to verge on the superhuman and the unpredictability is considerable, and to see the virtuosity and genius of Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic is to be aware of how lonely sport can be at the top level. Tennis, […]

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Mankad madness

June 4, 2014
JosButtler

It’s not often we get the chance to have a go at a real cricketer, or great from the past, as it is usually the halfway types like Graeme Swann who do the most embarrassing things, or say the wrong word at the wrong time, but the ‘Mankad’ situation certainly has the world all a-flutter, and certainly has upset some English ‘legends’. The likes of Michael Vaughn and Alastair Cook, […]

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