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England middle-order batsman
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Pain can drive us to new heights

Jan 7, 2014: England have hit rock bottom, and now it's time to emerge from the rubble and start rebuilding

Ian Bell

Outplayed and outdone by Australia

Dec 31, 2013: England have been hammered in this series, but that doesn't mean the players and coaches are not good enough anymore

Ian Bell

The Ashes 2013-14

The beginning of a new journey

Dec 25, 2013: We will all miss Graeme Swann, but I want to play for another five years and I'm sure we have the talent to bounce back

Ian Bell

The Ashes 2013-14

Unfair to blame the coaching staff

Dec 11, 2013: Andy Flower has created an excellent environment and any criticism of him and the set-up is missing the mark. It's the players who have failed

Ian Bell

The Ashes 2013-14

Trott has brought us closer as a group

Dec 2, 2013: It's been hard to see him struggle but his troubles have brought the squad together and the break in Alice Springs has allowed them to regroup for Adelaide

Ian Bell

Australia v England, 1st Test, Brisbane

We'll have first-morning nerves

Nov 20, 2013: After more than three weeks in Australia, England are desperate for the Ashes to begin and it will be down to the top order to lay the foundations

Ian Bell

The Ashes 2013-14

New conditions don't worry us

Oct 31, 2013: It was good to get away from cricket after a hectic summer, but you soon started itching to start again. Now we are in Australia the excitement is growing ahead of a fantastic challenge

Ian Bell

The Investec Ashes 2013

The fulfilment of a boyhood dream

Aug 28, 2013: To go unbeaten for the first time in an Ashes series since 1977, alongside players whose records will stand the test of time, is an achievement to cherish

Ian Bell

The Investec Ashes 2013

Twenty Test hundreds makes my head spin

Aug 15, 2013: The satisfaction of being up on the charts with England's heroes and win the series

Ian Bell

The Investec Ashes 2013

I'm feeling as good as in 2011

Aug 7, 2013: Retaining the Ashes in 14 days was an outstanding effort by us, but we are fully focused on the remaining two Tests

Ian Bell

No talk of whitewashes

Jul 24, 2013: England were ruthless at Lord's, but against Australia, there's never any room for complacency

Ian Bell

The Investec Ashes 2013

Tension? We sat around eating Cornettos

Jul 15, 2013: I was delighted to play such a key role in a memorable victory and although the Trent Bridge Test became very tight, we were all very calm during the lunch break

Ian Bell

Foolish to write off any Australian side

Jul 9, 2013: In the first of a series of columns on the Ashes, the England middle-order batsman looks back at his performances in the mother of all contests

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