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Shane Watson

'I know at some stage I might be the one making the decisions'

May 5, 2011: Shane Watson still has much to learn about leadership and Test match batting, but he's made it his priority, and his tutelage under Warne and Dravid in the IPL will only help

Daniel Brettig

Mohammad Ashraful

Ash eyes a comeback

May 5, 2011: The darling of Bangladesh cricket six years ago is now an outcast. But he believes he still has plenty to offer to the side, on and off the field

Firdose Moonda

Jacques Rudolph

The return of the other Jacques

Apr 28, 2011: He was South Africa's next big thing a decade ago before he fell off the radar and went off to play county cricket. Now Jacques Rudolph is back and is being talked up as one for the future again

Firdose Moonda

Michael Clarke

'It's now about gaining respect as a leader'

Apr 18, 2011: Fresh from the success of his first series as captain, Michael Clarke speaks about the challenges ahead of him as the first Australian leader since Allan Border to be handed a middling team

Interview by Daniel Brettig

Gary Kirsten

'This team was desperate to achieve greatness'

Apr 5, 2011: After the final act of his career as India's coach, Gary Kirsten looks back on his three years with the side - building relationships, getting the players to believe, and combining with the man he calls the best captain in the world

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

Jesse Ryder

'When I start thinking too much, I'm in trouble'

Mar 25, 2011: One-time wild boy Jesse Ryder says he has had plenty of time out of cricket to think about his game. It's all about patience for him now, he says

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'You've got to have skills but you also need attitude'

Mar 23, 2011: Allan Donald, New Zealand's new bowling coach, is on a mission to get his charges thinking right before their big game against his old team

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

Darren Bravo

'When I'm playing well, I can dominate any bowling'

Mar 20, 2011: A chip off the Lara block, Darren Bravo was seemingly born to play cricket. And he's had plenty of help and advice along the way, not just from his illustrious relative

Interview by Dileep Premachandran

Waqar Younis

'People get tired of me, but I have to keep going'

Mar 19, 2011: A year into his job as Pakistan coach, Waqar Younis is still standing. He has applied himself to the task of keeping one of cricket's historically most fractious teams going and has done better than most would give him credit for

Osman Samiuddin

Steve Tikolo

'Kenyan cricket at its lowest ebb'

Mar 12, 2011: Mismanagement, lack of competitive cricket and a poor structure are at the root of Kenyan cricket's current state, says Steve Tikolo

Interview by Brydon Coverdale

'We could have won the World Cup'

Mar 6, 2011: England's Mr Dependable, Mike Hendrick, on the 1979 World Cup final and other career highlights

Duncan Steer

'I don't miss aiming to play at the highest level'

Mar 2, 2011: Ed Joyce talks about turning out for Ireland, then England, and moving back

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'You play with the batsman's mind or you let him settle'

Feb 15, 2011: Harbhajan Singh talks about how spinners should bowl during Powerplays, at the death in Twenty20s, and on flat Indian pitches

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'It's a lot easier playing for your country than for your state'

Jan 17, 2011: Stuart MacGill, perhaps doomed to forever be thought of as the leggie who wasn't Warne, talks about missing the buzz of the game, helping the old enemy, and the infamous boot camp of 2006

Interview by Richard Edwards

The timeless Norman Gordon

Jan 15, 2011: The oldest Test cricketer's views on the game aren't outdated at all

Sidharth Monga

Everybody loves Fanie

Dec 23, 2010: There was never a dull moment when he was around, biting the ears of umpires, red-carding spectators or giving away Jonty Rhodes shirts for booze

Sidharth Monga

'People don't realise how hard it is to win in Australia'

Dec 18, 2010: Ray Illingworth looks back on leading England to a hard-fought Ashes win in 1970-71, and dealing with Aussie crowds and umpires

Interview by Richard Gibson

'My problems at Test level were psychological, not technical'

Dec 2, 2010: Michael Bevan looks back at his early years and at a Test career that never took off

Interview by Richard Edwards

David Lloyd

'Where I come from, if someone kicks you once you kick 'em twice'

Nov 19, 2010: The former batsman, umpire, coach and now commentator answers readers' questions on bowlers who frightened him, being diplomatic, England's dry run in the 80s and 90s, and more

'This is our best squad in 10 years'

Nov 13, 2010: Paul Collingwood was always supposed to be the player nearest the exit, but he became England's only World Cup-winning captain and has won the Ashes twice

Interview by George Dobell
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