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Richard Scott named Middlesex coach

Nov 27, 2009: Richard Scott has been named Middlesex's new head coach with former England quick Richard Johnson his deputy and Australian Mark O'Niell joining as batting coach

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Thanks for the memories

Oct 1, 2007: As the dust settles on a wet English season, albeit one with a pulsating finale, Cricinfo takes a look at those players who will not be returning in 2008

Martin Williamson

Middlesex pay tribute to pair

Hutton and Johnson annouce retirements

Oct 1, 2007: Middlesex's Ben Hutton and Richard Johnson have both announced their retirement with immediate effect

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Richard Johnson heads back to Middlesex

Nov 3, 2006: Richard Johnson, the former England seamer who quit Middlesex to join Somerset in 2001, is on his way back to Lord's after agreeing a two-year deal

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County Championship round-up

Durham and Notts race home

Aug 24, 2006: A round-up from the latest County Championship matches

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Players who've won the most awards

And today's Man of the Match is ...

Jul 18, 2006: Which players have won the Man-of-the-Match award the most times? Who wins it the most regularly? And who has never won the award?

Travis Basevi and George Binoy

County Championship Division Two - 4th day

Yorkshire battle to safety

May 28, 2005: A round-up of all the action from the final day in Division Two of the County Championship

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County Championship Division Two - 3rd day

Somerset cruise home against Northants

May 27, 2005: A round-up of all the action from the third day in Division Two of the County Championship

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County Championship Division Two - 2nd day

Essex pile on the runs against Yorkshire

May 26, 2005: A round-up of all the action from the second day in Division Two of the County Championship

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England in Bangladesh and Sri Lanka 2003-04

Could do better - and will need to in West Indies

Dec 22, 2003: England won in Bangladesh, but fell in a heap in Sri Lanka

Richard Johnson of England

On waiting, and biomechanics

Dec 3, 2003: Richard Johnson has waited longer than most for international recognition

Anderson's return shuts the door

Johnson likely to miss out on Sri Lanka Tests

Nov 2, 2003: Despite taking 9 for 93 in the Chittagong Test, Richard Johnson is unlikely to be retained in the England squad for next month's Test series against Sri Lanka

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Bangladesh v England, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 4th day

An undignified ending

Nov 1, 2003: Andrew Miller on how England delivered the 2-0 win against Bangladesh which the nation expected

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller at Chittagong

Bangladesh v England, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 4th day

Bangladesh slide to crushing defeat

Nov 1, 2003: After competing hard throughout the series it was disappointing that Bangladesh ended it with an indisciplined batting performance which saw them bowled out inside three hours and slide to a 329-run defeat

The Wisden Bulletin by Martin Williamson

Bangladesh v England, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 3rd day

An off-day at last

Oct 31, 2003: Andrew Miller watches as Bangladesh have a stinker

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller

Bangladesh v England, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 3rd day

Johnson and Hussain take England out of sight

Oct 31, 2003: Richard Johnson's second five-wicket haul in only his second Test along with 95 from Nasser Hussain put England in complete control of the second Test at Chittagong

The Wisden Bulletin by Freddie Auld

Bangladesh v England, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 2nd day

Clarke gives England the edge after another collapse

Oct 30, 2003: England ended the second day with the edge over Bangladesh, but not after another alarming collapse and a serious injury to Marcus Trescothick

The Wisden Bulletin by Freddie Auld

Bangladesh v England, 2nd Test, Chittagong

Harmison in doubt with back injury

Oct 28, 2003: Stephen Harmison may not be fit to take his place in the England team for the second Test match against Bangladesh which starts tomorrow at Chittagong

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Bangladesh v England, 2nd Test, Chittagong

A change of scenery

Oct 28, 2003: England's plans for the second Test suffered a blow when Stephen Harmison, the Man of the Match in the first game, pulled out with a back injury

by Andrew Miller in Chittagong

Bangladesh v England, 1st Test, Dhaka, 5th day

Playing Russian roulette

Oct 25, 2003: Andrew Miller on England's win against Bangladesh in the first Test at Dhaka

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller
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