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Peter Chingoka

Zimbabwe's dinosaur breaks cover

Apr 17, 2009: Steven Price reports that the net might be closing around Peter Chingoka, Zimbabwe Cricket's long-serving chairman

Steven Price in Harare

England's loss, Modi's gain

Apr 13, 2009: The ECB has not turned Twenty20, its big idea, into big bucks

Richard Gillis

This is a fire that threatens everyone

Mar 3, 2009: Let us be clear: Gaddafi Stadium is not the only place where an attack on cricket will grab headlines

Saad Shafqat

Stormy up north

Feb 16, 2009: The recent upheavals in Canada's cricket administration have dented its image

Faraz Sarwat

Ahead of the curve

Feb 12, 2009: Jayawardene has been Sri Lanka's finest captain, and his decision to quit when he did has been in keeping with the rest of his leadership

Sa'adi Thawfeeq

A home away from home

Jan 26, 2009: Why Pakistan need to seriously consider the option of playing their home series overseas

David Furrows

The soul responsibility

Jan 19, 2009: It is up to the likes of Lalit Modi to understand that cricket's future is threatened by greed

Kevin Mitchell

Why Ashraful must go

Jan 16, 2009: Bangladesh's captain has been given plenty of rope but he has only managed to hang himself with it

Abu Choudhury

Hail Biff the brave

Jan 8, 2009: Surely after his heroics on the last day in Sydney, Graeme Smith must own the hearts of all South Africa?

Robert Houwing

Memo to Bangladesh

Dec 23, 2008: Four achievable performance indicators for Ashraful and Co. in their upcoming Test series against Sri Lanka

Abu Choudhury

Weaklings turn bullies

Dec 21, 2008: South Africa have never, yet, snared a series in Australia. But suddenly their corner looks very compellingly like the one to be in

Robert Houwing

Bring on the exorcism

Dec 16, 2008: South Africa have been better in Australia than their recent results there indicate. Will they finally lay the ghosts to rest this time?

Colin Bryden

Pakistan's missed opportunity

Dec 15, 2008: If the PCB had capitalised on its marquee team in the 80s and 90s, Pakistan would perhaps not be world cricket's outcast today

Ramiz Raja

Obsolete and essential

Dec 9, 2008: South Africa may not really need Jacques Kallis' runs at the moment, but he is a long way from being dispensable just yet

Robert Houwing

A player of two parts

Oct 17, 2008: Why the man who now holds the record for the most runs in Tests is two batsmen in one

Suresh Menon

Nowhere man

Oct 15, 2008: Why the Ryan McLaren issue has implications for English and South African cricket

Neil Manthorp

Elegy for the long player

Oct 3, 2008: India's big five battle on because that's what they do best. We can't expect them to suddenly stop believing and switch off

Rohit Brijnath

A dose of vitriol

Sep 17, 2008: Almost every attempt by Norman Arendse to sound placatory and reasonable during his resignation press conference was followed instantly by something contradictory

Neil Manthorp

More than money

Sep 17, 2008: The exodus of Bangladesh players to the ICL is not so much about money as about a feeling of insecurity and neglect

Utpal Shuvro

Is Sehwag great yet?

Aug 15, 2008: Up there with the Gavaskars and Tendulkars? Just where does India's gonzo opener stand in his country's batting pantheon?

Suresh Menon
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Soaring in the 1980s, slumping in the 2000s

In their pomp, West Indies had a 53-13 win-loss record; in their last 99, it is 16-53. That, in a nutshell, shows how steep the decline has been

'My kind of bowling style is gone now'

Former New Zealand seamer Gavin Larsen talks about wobbly seam-up bowling, the 1992 World Cup, and his role in the next tournament

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The planned reorganisation of their domestic structure should help the region recapture some of the glory it enjoyed in the past

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