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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2007 - Cricket People

On the air, in the air

Mar 28, 2007: Lawrence Booth looks at some of the people behind the headlines in 2006

Lawrence Booth


Lamb reacts to Hussain's comments

Oct 4, 2004: Tim Lamb, has reacted to critical comments made by Nasser Hussain in his autobiography, Playing With Fire

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Salary deters quality applicants

ECB struggles to replace Lamb

Jul 29, 2004: The ECB's challenge of finding a replacement for Tim Lamb, who steps down as chief executive in September, is not proving straightforward, according to a report in today's Daily Telegraph

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Morgan promises extra one-day international

ECB under fire for Zimbabwe concession

Jul 2, 2004: The England and Wales Cricket Board came under fire again last night after it was revealed that it had agreed to England playing an extra one-day international against Zimbabwe in October

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Tim Lamb resigns

Zimbabwe proves to be Lamb's last frontier

May 27, 2004: It was a day for departures

The Wisden Verdict by Steven Lynch

Upheaval at the ECB

Tim Lamb resigns

May 27, 2004: Tim Lamb, the chief executive of the England & Wales Cricket Board, has announced that he is standing down

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Upheaval at the ECB

Lamb all set to resign

May 26, 2004: Tim Lamb, the chief executive of the England & Wales Cricket Board, is expected to tender his resignation at a press conference on Thursday morning, according to a report on the BBC website

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Upheaval at the ECB

Tim Lamb 'ready to quit'

May 25, 2004: According to today's Daily Mail, Tim Lamb has had enough, after seven years at the helm of the ECB, and is set to resign after continued grumbling about his handling of England's proposed tour of Zimbabwe

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'The problem resides with the ICC'

England shouldn't tour Zimbabwe, says Tony Blair

May 5, 2004: Tony Blair, the British prime minister, has said that he does not want England's scheduled tour of Zimbabwe to go ahead

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The Zimbabwe crisis

Lamb to the slaughter?

May 2, 2004: As the ECB lurches ever deeper into the Zimbabwe crisis, their chief executive for the past eight years, Tim Lamb, is facing a vote of no-confidence from the chairmen of the 18 first-class counties

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Players will go 'with heavy hearts'

England will tour - but would prefer not to

Apr 29, 2004: Tim Lamb, the ECB's chief executive, admitted that England will agree to tour Zimbabwe this autumn, but added that the players would go 'with heavy hearts'

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Board frustrations in the open

Lamb: England were ambushed by the ICC

Apr 29, 2004: The embattled England & Wales Cricket Board might have officially closed ranks with the ICC following Des Wilson's parting broadside, but its private frustrations with the handling of the Zimbabwe affair were made public by Tim Lamb last night

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England in the West Indies 2003-04

Lamb attacks West Indies' ticket tax

Nov 21, 2003: The row over ticket prices for next year's West Indies-England series continued to rumble on, with Tim Lamb, the chief executive of the (ECB), attacking the decision of the West Indies board to impose hefty levies on sales to England supporters

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The Wisden Cricketer - October 2003

The most powerful people in English cricket

Sep 25, 2003: Who really runs the game

England's talisman

Aug 5, 2003: Bob Willis, former England captain "It is all very sad after two years' hard work [to get fit]

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