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Sportswriter and senior lecturer in sports journalism at the University of Brighton
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Should sportspersons love to win or hate to lose?

Apr 6, 2016: And a singalong chant for the England team

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Why T20 is more a team game than the other formats

Mar 9, 2016: In a format where the outcome of one delivery can dictate the result, every single contribution makes a difference

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Why not make administrators our role models?

Feb 10, 2016: It's time the people running sport start setting better examples

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In praise of imperfection

Jan 13, 2016: Cricketers carry the baggage of having to be noble. But just how do you define nobility?

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Whatever happened to the clever nickname?

Dec 9, 2015: Cricket is particularly short of them these days. A look at what we've been missing

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Watching America watch cricket

Nov 11, 2015: Might the game have found a foothold in the USA if not for Babe Ruth?

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Is the County Championship anti-spin?

Oct 7, 2015: England's slow-bowling cupboard looks bare because of the tournament's spinner-unfriendly pitches and its sapping and lopsided schedule

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Does Stokes have it in him to lead?

Sep 16, 2015: He exudes authority but has the ability to remain one of the lads, which distinguishes him from the other worthy contenders to succeed Cook

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How about state funding for Tests?

Sep 2, 2015: Lord Patel's appointment to the ECB could bring the endangered format to the forefront, both financially and otherwise

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Here's looking at The Oval

Aug 19, 2015: The occasional Ashes dead rubber notwithstanding, there's something about this south London venue that inspires

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Why England shouldn't win at Trent Bridge

Aug 5, 2015: At the risk of sounding unpatriotic: we need a 2-2 scoreline ahead of the climax

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Wanted: Ian Bell, sublime artist

Jul 22, 2015: Someone who repeatedly has to prove himself despite playing over a hundred Tests, his recent stats do not make for good reading. Here's hoping he has a bit of magic left in him

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Dear Alastair

Jul 8, 2015: The Great British Public bares its soul to the men in the team's Ashes engine room. This week: the captain

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Dear Andy

Jun 24, 2015: The Great British Public bares its soul to the men in the team's Ashes engine room. This week: the director

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Dear Trev

Jun 10, 2015: The Great British Public bares its soul to the men with their heads on the block come July 8, starting with England's new coach

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Cheers to England's leftist leaning

May 27, 2015: Their distrust of left-hand batsmen goes back centuries, but the current Test squad belies that bias entirely

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An ode to Gower

May 13, 2015: Exquisitely flawless, the former England captain was the Rembrandt of batting: all touch, timing and subtle depth; and never better than 30 years ago

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Is Vaughan the one to reconnect the ECB with its public?

Apr 29, 2015: England could do worse than appoint the outspoken, media-friendly former captain as their director of cricket

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Test cricket: 'Worried, me?'

Apr 15, 2015: An interview with cricket's long-suffering format

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What makes a good commentator?

Apr 1, 2015: The best are subtle, unhurried cheerleaders who never rush to judgement but rise above the din

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James Taylor talks about how he is battling the heart condition that forced him out of the game at the age of 26

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Leicester City's triumph offers vital lessons in meritocracy

David Hopps: For its cricketing neighbour, the football club's glory is a reminder of why elitism in sport should be challenged

Women's pay should not depend on results

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When Harbhajan tried to console Rayudu

Plays of the day from the IPL match between Rising Pune Supergiants and Mumbai Indians, in Pune

Supergiants' list of possible replacements

Who could come in for the injured Steven Smith, Mitchell Marsh and Kevin Pietersen? Here are some options for the beleaguered Pune franchise

The fizz in Mustafizur

In a little over 12 months, he has firmly established himself as a top-notch bowler, and the captain's go-to man in the toughest situations

Morris' slide, and fourteen off one ball

Plays of the day from the match between Delhi Daredevils and Kolkata Knight Riders

'The outpouring of emotion was like I'd died'

James Taylor, who was forced to retire at 26 due to a serious heart condition, talks about how his life has been turned upside down, and how he'll battle the illness just as he battled for his England career

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