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Andrew Flintoff's retirement

Finally, farewell to a fine self-promoter

Sep 17, 2010: It'd be nice to say goodbye to Flintoff, but the goodbyes were all said a long time ago

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Where's the ambition-driven KP of 2005?

Sep 13, 2010: Five years after a career-defining Ashes century, Kevin Pietersen is a shadow of the cocksure batsman he was

Andrew Miller

Another day of lost belief

Aug 29, 2010: As corruption reared its ugly head again, those at Lord's were left wondering whether they could believe what they were watching

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Give neutral Tests a chance

Jul 26, 2010: Despite the poor turnouts, the Pakistan-Australia series was a success, and it serves as an invitation to other English grounds to get behind the concept

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A result that will resonate

Jul 12, 2010: The encounter in Bristol was one between a team that was expected to win and one that, importantly, wanted to win

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England wake up to one-dayers

Jun 14, 2010: The Twenty20 win, and the fact that many of their limited-overs players won't be contesting the Ashes, means England will look at the 50-over World Cup as an end in itself

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ICC World Twenty20 2010

A method to England's all-round success

May 17, 2010: Tough selection calls in the lead-up to the tournament by coach Andy Flower, and captain Paul Collingwood's influence on his team's performance paved the way for England's first global title

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The IPL mess

Giles Clarke's empire strikes back

May 8, 2010: The ECB chairman has chosen to mix the business of English cricket with the pleasure of watching Lalit Modi squirm

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A nebulous royal family

Feb 9, 2010: The creation of the world's first global cricket franchise is significant for the teams involved, but can the fans be expected to care?

Andrew Miller

A terrestrial return would cripple English cricket

Nov 12, 2009: Having made their bed with Rupert Murdoch and feathered it to the tune of £300 million over four years, the ECB should not be ejected from it

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Applaud Trescothick's effort, don't condemn the failure

Oct 16, 2009: Through his stress-related illness, Trescothick has focussed on his family, Somerset included. It was for them that he agreed to fly to India

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Flintoff's freelance decision

Don't hurl brickbats at Flintoff

Sep 16, 2009: Andrew Flintoff shouldn't be ostracised for his decision to go freelance. He is belatedly realising his own worth, and doesn't owe England an outstanding debt of gratitude

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Strauss's finest hour

Aug 23, 2009: He took over with England in turmoil, but in eight months has forged a team that has regained the Ashes. For Andrew Strauss there can be no praise high enough

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The Ashes 2009

People's hero freed for final stand

Jul 15, 2009: Andrew Flintoff's body eventually told him to stop, but he has the chance to leave Test cricket with one, final glorious performance against Australia

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ICC World Twenty20 review

The best fun imaginable

Jun 23, 2009: Despite cricket's myriad problems, the ICC managed to stage a near-perfect event - a tournament that was fun but not frivolous

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England v Netherlands, ICC World Twenty20, Lord's

England produce the perfect capitulation

Jun 5, 2009: England got exactly what they deserved against Netherlands, as they dared to treat a global tournament as a side-show

Andrew Miller at Lord's

Bringing the monster back home

Jun 4, 2009: When it comes to bringing its invented games back home in triumph, few countries could possibly boast a worse track record than England

England shake up the system

May 12, 2009: The pursuit of continuity used to be a virtue for the selectors, but the inclusion of Bell and Sidebottom shows that that's not longer quite the case

England v West Indies, 1st npower Test, Lord's, 3rd day

England uplifted by rookie success

May 8, 2009: The Man of the Match was an attacking spinner with genuine allround credentials. The stand-out batsman was a rookie who oozed class and confidence as he overcame a dicey first-day scoreline

Andrew Miller at Lord's

England v West Indies, 1st npower Test, Lord's

An unloved anomaly of a series

May 5, 2009: In terms of the baubles up for grabs in English Cricket's Biggest Summer Ever™, the Wisden Trophy languishes a distant third behind its glitzier companions, the Ashes and the ICC World Twenty20

Andrew Miller at Lord's
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The discreet charm of the County Championship

Jon Hotten: The competition retains a certain purity precisely because it is unfashionable and anachronistic, and is not loaded down by the requirements of television and sponsors

We need to reinterpret the wide down leg side

Liam Cromar: Why are bowlers in limited-overs cricket expected to perform the contradictory actions of preventing run-scoring and enabling it?

Heroes and mobs: my first live match

Sankaran Krishna: A nine-year-old's initiation into big-time cricket, featuring Prasanna, Lawry, Gleeson and a boisterous Bangalore crowd

Hello Hameed, goodbye Napier

Apart from the teen and the vet, who else make it to our County Championship XI?

The hinterland of 40

Jon Hotten: At Lord's we saw three in-between scores of the sort that are as likely to annoy the selectors as excite them

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Left-arm quick, right-arm quicker

Lahore Qalandars have unearthed a truly unique prospect in Yasir Jan, an ambidextrous quick who can generate serious pace with both arms

Vote for your all-time India Test XI

In September 2010, as part of ESPNcricinfo's All-time XI series, a jury had selected an All-time India Test XI. Six years later, would you make some changes?

Ravindra Jadeja, maker of differences

A 41-run stand for the last wicket, and three tail-end wickets in one over. That is the very definition of "crucial" in a low-scoring contest

Imran's team or Misbah's: which was greater?

Each had to overcome very different hurdles from the other to become a top Test side

Can New Zealand do an England 2012?

England showed four years ago that India can be beaten at home with the help of four key attributes. New Zealand possess all of them, to a degree, and if they click together, anything can happen

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