Sep 29, 2010: The tendency to blame external elements for every problem - as seen in Ijaz Butt's recent utterances - can only be countered by making governance more transparent and being serious about conflicts of interest
Aug 31, 2010: It's no wonder there's match-fixing in the modern game, with its environment of easy money and pervasive maladministration
Aug 21, 2010: The circumstances were already in place. The Australian media magnate simply triggered the explosion
Jul 4, 2010: To be legit, democracy needs to meet certain preconditions. In cricket, legitimacy is something the boards have been happy to overlook, as shown by the Howard affair
Jul 1, 2010: John Howard has been knocked back - and knocked back without even an opportunity to address the rejectionists
Jun 23, 2010: Those railing against the former Australian PM are not shining examples of rectitude themselves
Jun 12, 2010: A hinge moment in cricket history when Test stars realised first-class contracts could be more profitable than playing for their countries
May 31, 2010: Why isn't it a scandal that the BCCI spends just 8% of its revenue on actual cricket promotion? And are the other boards any better?
May 11, 2010: The Stewart Regan email shows that cricket suffers from administrators frustrated with and contemptuous of the game they have been entrusted with
May 6, 2010: Thinking of cricket purely as a brand will only impede the clean-up the BCCI needs to undertake in the wake of the IPL mess
Apr 27, 2010: The IPL has always been a candidate for Enron-sized corruption. Modi operated with impunity, and Indian cricket laid itself open to becoming a vehicle for tax minimisation and money laundering
Mar 21, 2010: An Englishman who made an art out of obduracy
Mar 16, 2010: The IPL has become an occasion for tub-thumping, mutual back-slapping and all-consuming PR
Mar 15, 2010: The five-day game has been rendered dull by wall-to-wall tours and context-less competition. A little scandal occasionally wouldn't go amiss
Feb 15, 2010: Far from marking the end of nationalism, the IPL is the ultimate triumph of that principle: a global tournament in which the same nation always wins
Feb 13, 2010: A pioneer in moving fielders, shuffling and resting bowlers, the pathbreaking Australian captain believed much of the game was played above the shoulders
Jan 18, 2010: Does cricket make money to exist or exist to make money? The BCCI's dispute with the Indian tax authorities throws the old question into focus again
Dec 22, 2009: The ICC is struggling to remain relevant and also competing for players and money with its largest member board, the BCCI; and therein lies its possible salvation
Dec 21, 2009: Cricket administrators care little about fans at the grounds because home audiences are seen as priority. In fact the contempt for live viewers is greatest at cricket's big-ticket events
Nov 17, 2009: Far from being complementary, Tests, ODIs and Twenty20s are competitors; in many instances they cannibalise each other
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Australia's selectors and management have been accused of being too harsh on Brad Haddin but the team's horrible display at Edgbaston suggests that they may actually have been too lenient, and not just on him
Death of a Gentleman exposes how neo-liberal economics threatens the game, while also hinting at worse lying beneath the surface, leaving you feeling disillusioned and angry
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Should he be dropped from the one-day squad to Zimbabwe, it will be the latest chapter in the wicketkeeper's strained relations with the authorities in particular