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'I don't coach batting, I coach run-making'

Aug 13, 2013: Graham Gooch on batting, Boycott, Barrington, "daddy-hundreds", and mentoring the current crop of record-breakers

Interview by Jo Harman

'It's time our batting started winning matches for the team'

Jul 25, 2013: Dinesh Chandimal and Lahiru Thirimanne talk about what it means to be given leadership roles in the one-day side, and what they can learn from Sangakkara and Jayawardene

Interview by Andrew Fidel Fernando

'Aggression is all about imposing yourself on the batsman'

Jul 7, 2013: Steve Harmison on memorable Ashes contests, sharing a gym with the Magpies, and consoling Brett Lee after the Edgbaston win

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'I enjoy being the centre of attention'

Jul 7, 2013: Graeme Swann, expected to bowl England to Ashes glory, can't wait for the battle to commence

Andrew McGlashan

'No point puffing your chest out and not playing good cricket'

Jun 25, 2013: James Faulkner talks about adding swing to his repertoire, and striking a balance between tough talk and tough cricket

Interview by Daniel Brettig

'The biggest change is the belief that we can beat any team'

Jun 15, 2013: Mushfiqur Rahim regrets his hasty resignation from captaincy, but despite the pressure of the job and the fixing scandal, he is satisfied with the team's consistency in the last six months

Interview by Mohammad Isam

'I have decided to return to my natural game'

May 13, 2013: Misbah-ul-Haq talks about his approach to the captaincy, the criticism he has copped for his defensive style, and the lessons from the drubbing in South Africa

Interview by Umar Farooq

'If Brendon and I agreed always, it would not be a functional relationship'

May 10, 2013: Mike Hesson looks back at an eventful ten months in charge of New Zealand, including the Ross Taylor controversy

Interview by Nagraj Gollapudi

'Players can become jaded playing all forms of the game'

Apr 30, 2013: John Inverarity talks about the challenges of selection, the future of Australian cricket, and the forthcoming tour to England

Interview by Daniel Brettig

'You can't fight with people every day to convince them'

Apr 16, 2013: Kamran Akmal talks about being relegated to the fringe, and life after Sydney

Interview by Umar Farooq

'I enjoyed working out the best way to motivate each player'

Mar 15, 2013: While trying to come to terms with the end of his playing days, Andrew Strauss tries to see if his interests lie in administration, media, or marathon-running

Interview by George Dobell

'We're learning on our feet but not adapting quick enough'

Mar 11, 2013: Australia batting coach Michael di Venuto talks about the adjustments the side needs to make

Interview by Brydon Coverdale

'Mental strength is about not being afraid to make mistakes'

Feb 23, 2013: Kumar Sangakkara talks about Sri Lanka's problems performing in finals of big tournaments

Interview by Andrew Fidel Fernando

Grin when you're swinging

Feb 15, 2013: Nuwan Kulasekara is not your stereotypical snarling fast bowler; and the best phase of his career may yet be ahead of him

Andrew Fidel Fernando

Cathryn Fitzpatrick

'I wanted the captain to throw the ball to me in any circumstance'

Feb 10, 2013: Cathryn Fitzpatrick, the Australia women's coach, can teach her charges plenty about work ethic, though she doesn't think they are less mentally tough than their predecessors

Interview by Abhishek Purohit

'My height was an advantage but I didn't know how to use it'

Jan 28, 2013: Mohammad Irfan had a hard life before he took up cricket professionally. Now he's determined to make it better for himself and his family

Interview by Umar Farooq

Nasir Jamshed

'I have learnt the value of my wicket'

Jan 21, 2013: Nasir Jamshed says three years outside the national team taught him plenty about his game. He is now gearing up for his biggest challenge - a tour to South Africa

Interview by Umar Farooq

Cheteshwar Pujara interview

'I try being honest to the game'

Jan 10, 2013: Cheteshwar Pujara on his approach to playing spin, on facing the England fast bowlers, and how his batting continues to evolve at domestic and international level

Interview by Abhishek Purohit

When a nation loved a 'bank clerk'

Dec 15, 2012: In 1975, surprise England pick David Steele defied the visiting Australians, captured the public imagination, and was voted BBC Sports Personality of the Year

Scott Oliver

'We have to beat Australia, England and South Africa'

Dec 14, 2012: Darren Sammy isn't satisfied with West Indies' recent success. He wants his side to hunger for more

Interview by Mohammad Isam
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