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Jul 14, 2014

Down with flat pitches

Cricinfo: Simon Hughes, in the Telegraph, questions the quality of Test cricket on docile decks and the ensuing impact on fast bowlers after England and India held each other to a draw at Trent Bridge

May 11, 2014

Breaking the glass ceiling of sports administration

Cricinfo: Therese Walsh, who is leading New Zealand's operations for the 2015 World Cup, talks to Stuff.co.nz, about her accidentally entry into sports administration and the challenges she faced on the way

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May 8, 2014

Cricket needs red cards

Cricinfo:

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May 7, 2014

Caribbean national sides, anyone?

The Stands: Why dissolving West Indies might be the best option for West Indies cricket

Martin Jones

Apr 23, 2014

To thwart BCCI stalling

Cricinfo: Suresh Menon, in Wisden India believes it is high time that professional investigative agencies stepped in and took control of the IPL spot-fixing scandal

Apr 22, 2014

Who is the ideal cricket administrator?

The Cordon: While you don't require cricket skills to run a national board, you do need a deft touch and diplomatic skills to deal with vested interests, million-dollar contracts, and cut-throat competition

Michael Jeh

Apr 17, 2014

The weary middle age of cricket

The Cordon: On the field the action is youthful and thrilling, but off it, there's depressing self-interest, with each board trying to outdo the other in incompetence and venality

Dave Hawksworth

Apr 5, 2014

Rejigged county schedule to England's rescue?

Cricinfo: Mike Selvey, in the Guardian believes the change in structure of the English county season will help in preparing the national side for the summer ahead.

Mar 30, 2014

How will the Pybus Report fare?

Cricinfo: Tony Becca in Jamaica Gleaner is impressed with the changes proposed by WICB's Systems Report for 2014 but is wary of the challenges of implementing them on the field

Mar 25, 2014

'If Misbah believed in a player, he'd absolutely bat for him'

The Cordon: Dav Whatmore talks about the challenges of coaching in the subcontinent, the 1996 World Cup, dealing with the PCB and the media, and his relationship with his captains

Interview by Subash Jayaraman

Mar 23, 2014

The challenges in Jammu & Kashmir cricket

Cricinfo: Jonathan Selvaraj in the Indian Express explores how the players have to deal with haphazard facilities, troubles with terrorism and accusations of bias

Mar 22, 2014

The problem with rugby analogies

Page 2: Giles Clarke wants English cricket to learn from the rugby team. How presumptuous

Andrew Hughes

Mar 21, 2014

KP for England captain?

Cricinfo: Ted Corbett, in the Hindu, wants Kevin Pietersen to be back playing cricket for England and offers examples of previous comebacks from improbable circumstances

Feb 12, 2014

IPL clean-up needs hard evidence

Cricinfo: Writing in the Hindustan Times, Kadambari Murali Wade, the former editor of Sports Illustrated India shares her experience of meeting with the Mudgal Committee that was probing the spot-fixing and corruption charges in IPL 2013

ESPNcricinfo staff

Feb 5, 2014

Pakistan and the Big Three

The Cordon: Whether by circumstance or not, Pakistan is now one of the few voices of dissent against the restructuring of the ICC

Kamran Abbasi

Feb 1, 2014

Bullying for dummies

Page 2: It's particularly hard to stand up against bullies when all your friends desert you. But that doesn't mean you should stop trying

Andrew Hughes

Jan 31, 2014

Cricket always needs an underclass

The Cordon: History shows us that those who rule the game seem to occupy a centre they cannot bear to share with those at the margins

Samir Chopra

Jan 27, 2014

'A captain should be judged on how he influences the side'

The Cordon: Mike Atherton, the former England captain, talks about the pressures of leadership, the demands of TV and print journalism, and the problems with the ICC's revamp plan

Interview by Subash Jayaraman

Jan 23, 2014

Give administrators the freedom to eat themselves

Page 2: Let the Australian, English and Indian boards do what they want regardless of our wishes. They'll soon learn

Alex Bowden

Jan 18, 2014

Two chairmen of Lahore

Page 2: Cricket, politics and administration combine for a Shakespearean drama in four acts

Andrew Hughes
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