Alan Tyers

JULY 25, 2014

How to save the England cricket team: a blueprint

It's time for probably a root-and-branch review and possibly even a full overhaul of the domestic game
"Quinoa. Fat bloody lot of good that did us. I'm telling you, kale's the way to go" © Getty Images
JULY 14, 2014

Situation vacant at the ECB

Here's a job advert for the chief executive's position. Interested?
JULY 04, 2014

When Sachin and the Rest play

Who'll do what and say what, and how Kevin Pietersen will react to being surrounded by other superstars
JUNE 23, 2014

Swanny's 'spinsters'

The former England offie's guide to how the team's young spinners can be more like him
JUNE 09, 2014

The future will be at Lord's

The proposed revamp of HQ: paradise for those who wish to play football, eat whole grains, and relieve themselves in the KP Memorial fountain
MAY 23, 2014

How it went at The Oval

The ECB debriefs phase one of Operation United Marching Forward Together Going Forward
MAY 12, 2014

England's new regime: what's different

It's not all the same between Peter Moores' previous stint and this one, if you wondered
APRIL 28, 2014

The wildest cricketing league in the world

Welcome to the drama and booze-filled world of county cricket
APRIL 18, 2014

Shocking finding: cricket administrator 'not a crook'

Unearthing of honest official in administration sends world reeling
APRIL 11, 2014

ECB to launch annual to rival Wisden

New tome to feature the best of English (and Indian) cricket
MARCH 31, 2014

The Gilo blueprint

Managing the England lads, working on their golf swing, not thinking about KP - Ashley Giles will take care of everything
MARCH 17, 2014

ECB appoints confessional interview coach

Key new role will aim to monetise growth area in England team performance
FEBRUARY 24, 2014

How to make West Indies v England interesting

A game scientifically designed to maximise fun during a series nobody cares about
FEBRUARY 07, 2014

Why KP was sacked

The ECB reveals all in a sensational, no-holds-barred press conference
JANUARY 27, 2014

England's secret plan to not play Australia revealed

The ECB explores South American options and the merits of playing inanimate objects
JANUARY 10, 2014

England men facing the axe

England have the staff the size of a small country, and some of them may be deported
DECEMBER 31, 2013

Cricket crystal ball: 2014 foretold

What does the year ahead hold for the game? We know, and so will you now
DECEMBER 20, 2013

A Christmas card from the Englands

What a certain cricketing family has been up to this year
DECEMBER 09, 2013

England in crisis: experts offer their solutions

We canvassed the thoughts and suggestions of some of cricket's finest minds about England's Ashes nightmare
NOVEMBER 30, 2013

How to make a proper cricket video game

It's not easy to capture the essence of playing at a rubbish level

Alan Tyers
Alan Tyers writes about sport for the Daily Telegraph and others. He is the author of six books published by Bloomsbury, all of them with pictures by the brilliant illustrator Beach. The most recent is Tutenkhamen's Tracksuit: The History of Sport in 100ish Objects. Alan is one of many weak links in the world's worst cricket team, the Twenty Minuters.

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