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Freelance writer, author of Gentlemen and Sledgers
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In praise of Mighty Joe

Aug 10, 2015: Root has reached a pinnacle achieved by few Englishmen in modern times, and he has done it with a charming and infectious joy that belies his innate toughness

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Must Buttler keep in all formats?

Jun 27, 2015: England could further exploit his worth as a batsman by relieving him of wicketkeeping duties in Tests

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Time to pension off the seniors?

Jul 24, 2014: If England are going to win nothing, history suggests it might be worth their while to win nothing with kids

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The joy of selection roulette

Jun 10, 2014: The build-up to the Sri Lanka series has recalled the bad old days of inconsistent England selection - and provided some fantasy for fans once again

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Eoin Morgan's time is here

Jan 24, 2014: England are in a position where failure is nothing to be afraid of and they must realise his potential impact as an aggressor in the middle order

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The cult of Flower?

Nov 18, 2013: England's coach is so influential, you have to wonder if he has brought the role of football's all-powerful manager to cricket

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Broad's mighty challenge

Nov 8, 2013: Few England players in the modern era have been booed to the extent Broad will be. Will he rise to the occasion?

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The Cricket Monthly June issue

    A cricket history lesson for millennials

Review: The Wisden India Almanack 2016 spans a cricketing year, several decades, and many ideas. By Sharda Ugra

    Why Kumble could work out better for India than Greg Chappell did

Ian Chappell: He understands the Indian mentality better and doesn't have to deal with star players on the wane

The problem with the umpire's call

Scott Oliver: The purpose of arriving at correct decisions using the DRS is undermined by the need to not undermine the umpire's authority

Gayle's problem

Jon Hotten: The acknowledgement he craves as a cricketer has become more distant for him, and he only has himself to blame for it

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