The debate begins
May 21, 2008: Terry Jenner thinks Shane Warne could do it, Cricket Australia is doubtful it will happen
Apr 4, 2008: Australia's ODI specialist and hero of the second tied Test goes down memory lane
ICL games will be 'glorified exhibition matches'
Aug 29, 2007: Dean Jones' tendency to criticise has cost him a place on the board of Cricket Victoria. Jones was also concerned that his position on the executive board of the Indian Cricket League hurt his chances with his home state
Bowler doesn't want to be part of unsanctioned contest
Aug 8, 2007: Shane Warne's manager says the legspinner's chances of joining the Indian Cricket League are "reasonably slim"
Terms the league as a money-making exercise
Jul 30, 2007: Ricky Ponting has hit out at the proposed Indian Cricket League (ICL), saying the million-dollar series threatens to tempt ageing cricketers into early retirement while luring youngsters away from national duty
Entry of marquee names likely to have snowballing effect
Jul 26, 2007: The breakaway Indian Cricket League (ICL) seems to be gaining momentum with marquee names like Shane Warne and Glenn McGrath most likely to join Brian Lara for the inaugural multi-million dollar Twenty20 tournament
Martyn, Langer turn down offers
Jul 26, 2007: Stephen Fleming has been asked to captain a team in the breakaway Indian Cricket League and could give up his international career to do so, according to an Australian newspaper
'There are a few players lining up'
May 17, 2007: Dean Jones, the Indian Cricket League's operations manager, said the organisers of the new Twenty20 competition had drawn up a "hit list" of current and former players they hoped to sign up
Hayden was 'seriously considering' not going
May 14, 2007: Several senior Australia players have expressed their relief that the decision on whether to tour Zimbabwe was taken out of their hands
Mar 22, 2007: When selectors make mistakes or leave out heroes, the press and public love to make a song and dance about it. Steve Pittard selects his favourite ignored men
Border and Hussey miss out on all-time squad
Feb 27, 2007: Steve Waugh has been named captain of Australia's greatest ODI team at the celebration of one-day cricket in Sydney
'They are not flatter than they used to be'
Dec 14, 2006: Dean Jones has warned the Australia team not to concern themselves with the state of the country's Test pitches
'He looks like I did at the end of my career' - Waugh
Dec 7, 2006: Damien Martyn desperately needs a big score in the third Test to rescue his career, according to Mark Waugh
'I'm just living on the edge ... that's the way I commentate'
Sep 26, 2006: Dean Jones, the former Australia batsman turned commentator, will return to the microphone after being sacked last month for an offensive remark he made while commentating on the 2nd Test between Sri Lanka and South Africa in August.
Allan Border remembers Dean Jones' Tied Test epic
Sep 22, 2006: Dean Jones' life-threatening, career-changing 210 was the greatest individual performance of the second Tied Test, which occurred in almost suffocating heat at Madras in 1986
Aug 15, 2006: Dean Jones's recent on-air gaffe about Hashim Amla was not the first time a player or commentator has said something on-air they have instantly regretted, and nor will it be the last
The Week That Was... August 7 - 13
Aug 13, 2006: Andrew Miller on The Week That Was, August 7 to 13
'He has paid enough penalty'
Aug 11, 2006: Allan Border believes Dean Jones has already been punished enough for his on-air description of South Africa's Hashim Amla as a "terrorist"
The television faux pas
Aug 9, 2006: The reactions to Dean Jones's 'terrorist' remark towards Hashim Amla have come thick and fast not only from South African fans, but from the commentators' box as well
The television faux pas
Aug 8, 2006: Dean Jones made the remark in jest to fellow commentators unaware that the feed was live, Cricinfo has learned
The current Ranji season is proving to be a breakout one for Delhi's Rishabh Pant, who is aiming to make it big for his mentor, Tarak Sinha
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