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From WG Grace, with his penchant for delivering a running commentary on opposition players and umpires, to Steve Waugh's Australians and their tactic of "mental disintegration", sledging is almost as old as cricket itself. The Australians, from Dennis Lillee to Merv Hughes have been the acknowledged masters, but Asian exponents like Kumar Sangakkara are fast catching up
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Jan 25, 2015

What do we talk about when we talk about aggression?

The Cordon: Why do people seem to think players who get up in the opposition's faces also have aggressive approaches in their cricket?

Alex Bowden

Jan 24, 2015

The ICC's World Cup behavioural regulations revealed

Page 2: You could get to throw rotten fruit at abusive players

Andrew Hughes

Jan 23, 2015

The history of sledging

Page 2: Yelling rude words and phrases at the opposition has a long and glorious history in cricket

Alan Tyers

Jan 21, 2015

Haddin 'comfortable' with aggressive approach

News: Brad Haddin has said the Australians remain comfortable with their aggressive attitude despite the public reaction to David Warner's stoush with Rohit Sharma in Melbourne on Sunday

ESPNcricinfo staff

Jan 21, 2015

On TV it looks uglier than it actually is

Ricky Ponting: Often reasonable arguments on the field look nasty beyond the boundary and on camera

Ricky Ponting

Jan 20, 2015

What makes Warner snap?

Guest Column: His tendency to get in opponents' faces has been in focus in recent weeks. Do we know what is motivating this behaviour?

Iain O'Brien

Jan 20, 2015

ICC plans World Cup clampdown

News: Cricket authorities are wondering whether it is time for a tougher approach to on-field confrontations in the forthcoming World Cup after antics between Australia and India

Daniel Brettig

Jan 19, 2015

Warner fined over Rohit spat

News: David Warner has defended his use of the words "speak English" during an on-field squabble with Rohit Sharma during Sunday's ODI at the MCG, but has been fined 50% of his match fee over the incident

Brydon Coverdale

Jan 19, 2015

'It's not ice hockey' - Root

News: A major part of Joe Root's press conference before the Gabba ODI was centred on on-field behaviour, not least because it involves his old pal Warner

Sidharth Monga in Brisbane

Jan 18, 2015

Why cricket needs yellow and red cards

Martin Crowe: David Warner's repeated transgressions tell us that the game has a discipline problem that has got out of hand

Martin Crowe

Jan 15, 2015

Whatever happened to sportsmanship?

The Cordon: The nasty behaviour we continue to see on the field is threatening to drive fans away from the game

V Ramnarayan

Jan 4, 2015

Memo to Virat Kohli

The Cordon: India's new captain needs to realise talking is sweet but winning sweeter

Samir Chopra

Dec 30, 2014

Step in now, before it's too late

The Cordon: Why cricket should not be allowed to descend into ugliness for the sake of cheap entertainment

Michael Jeh

Dec 28, 2014

Enough with the on-field chatter

Ian Chappell: One of these days there's going to be an ugly altercation between players on the field

Ian Chappell

Dec 2014

More moral than thou

Other: Cricketers do not have more integrity than other sportsmen; it's just that cricket makes more of a parade of it

Simon Barnes

Aug 17, 2014

It's time we had laws to eliminate sledging

The Cordon: Players should realise that their cricket skills speak louder than the abuse they sometimes dish out in the name of legitimate aggression

V Ramnarayan

Aug 15, 2014

The spirit of cricket and the 15-degree rule

The Cordon: The phrase means nothing in this day and age; only the laws and playing regulations are of any importance

Kamran Abbasi

Aug 8, 2014

Why sledging is essential

Page 2: It's safe, it's exciting, and, let's face it, it's practical

R Rajkumar

Aug 6, 2014

Does Anderson need a verbal crutch?

The Cordon: It seems odd that a man who can make the ball talk like he does needs to resort to verbal aggression

Jon Hotten

Jun 16, 2014

Why cricket's future is bright

Martin Crowe: Cricket has suffered many evils recently - fixing, chucking, mankading and sledging, to name a few - but it will emerge from the darkness stronger, wiser and better

Martin Crowe
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