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Eleven featherbed fixtures

Jan 16, 2006: Eleven matches that featured a surfeit of runs

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South Africa in Australia, 2005-06

Simpson attacks Smith's 'wandering mind'

Jan 15, 2006: Prior to South Africa's morale-boosting win at Brisbane on Sunday, Bob Simpson accused Graeme Smith of having a wandering mind

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Foreign coaches in Indian domestic cricket

Simpson to work as cricket advisor with Rajasthan

Sep 11, 2005: Bobby Simpson, the former Australian captain, has been appointed as the cricket adviser of the Rajasthan Ranji Trophy side on a three-year contract

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The Ashes 2005

Simpson wants new outlook from selectors

Sep 6, 2005: Bob Simpson believes the selectors' attitude must change to ensure a successful future

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Wednesday Interview - Bob Simpson

The fundamentalist

Aug 24, 2005: Former Australia coach Bob Simpson is famous for his back-to-basics approach - and for his success. Recently he guided Holland to the 2007 World Cup. Here he talks coaches, players and getting old

Edward Craig

Australia tour memories

Five highs ... and a low

Jul 26, 2005: The 1961series left enduring memories for Brian Booth

The history of mental disintegration

Battles lost upstairs

Jul 20, 2005: When it comes to England v Australia, the most important battles are in the mind

Gideon Haigh

Bobby Simpson appointed Netherlands coach

Nov 13, 2004: Bobby Simpson has been appointed the new coach of the Netherlands

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November 2004

'You weak Victorian'

Oct 28, 2004: Dean Jones, Ravi Shastri, Greg Matthews and Bob Simpson look back on the tied Test of 1986

Nick Hoult and Emma John

Greg Chappell favoured for West Indies job

Simpson warns of coaching drain

Oct 7, 2004: As Greg Chappell waits to hear whether he will coach West Indies the former Australia mentor Bob Simpson has warned the exodus of local talent is not going to stop

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October 1986

The second tied Test

Sep 20, 2004: It had to happen: eventually Test cricket was going to produce another tie, to go with the historic Brisbane match of 1960-61

The chucking controversy

Simpson: 'I think it's obvious when a ball is not bowled'

May 4, 2004: Bobby Simpson knows a thing or two about chuckers

Anand Vasu

The chucking controversy

'Instead of bowlers let's just have pitchers' - Simpson

May 4, 2004: Bobby Simpson knows a thing or two about chuckers

Anand Vasu

The chucking controversy

Wanted: a radical rethink on suspect bowling actions

Feb 24, 2004: The throwing issue in cricket today is overblown and overdone, says Kamran Abbasi

Kamran Abbasi

ICC singled out for criticism

Simpson slams proliferation of chuckers

Feb 17, 2004: Bob Simpson, the former captain and coach of Australia, has slammed the International Cricket Council for its lax attitude towards bowlers with suspect actions

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Suspect bowling actions

Simpson spots trouble in Jamaica

Nov 27, 2003: Bob Simpson, the former Australian Test captain and coach, has criticised the bowling actions of several young Jamaican players, and is urging local coaches to step in and correct the flaws

Haydn Gill

Renaissance men

Sep 2, 2003: Darren Gough, Graham Thorpe, Vinod Kambli, Ajay Jadeja: four international comebacks at various stages of progress - from fact to probable to unlikely to 'forget it, mate'

Rob Smyth

The tale of four keepers

Jul 25, 2003: All Today's Yesterdays - July 25 down the years July 24 | July 26 1986 The beginning of England's tale of four wicketkeepers

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Time for New Zealand to find a style all its own

Apr 17, 2003: New Zealand cricket needs to develop a style all of its own - So says former Australian cricket captain and coach Bobby Simpson.

Lynn McConnell

Bobby Simpson to leave Lancashire

Aug 6, 2001: Lancashire CCC have announced that former Australian coach, Bobby Simpson, will be leaving them in September at the end of his two year contract

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