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Jayantha Dharmadasa interview

'Moody has a tough job because the team is in transition'

May 23, 2006:

Charlie Austin

Botham at 50

Botham: 'I'm looking forward to being 50'

Nov 24, 2005: Richard Sydenham spoke to Ian Botham - and a few of his fellow commentators - in Faisalabad on the eve of his 50th birthday

Richard Sydenham

Ehsan Mani interview

'Our remit is cricket, not internal politics'

Nov 1, 2005: Cricinfo talked to Ehsan Mani, the ICC president, about what needs to be done in Zimbabwe, and whether the organisation's ostrich-head-in-sand approach was justified

Martin Williamson

The Bob Woolmer interview

'I want to try and help Shoaib Akhtar'

Oct 20, 2005: Over a year into his tenure, Bob Woolmer talks to Cricinfo about what he has achieved, what he wants to achieve, England and, of course, Shoaib Akhtar

Osman Samiuddin

The Wisden Interview

'Cricket just sort of happened through circumstance'

Oct 13, 2005: Rana Naved-ul-Hasan talks to Cricinfo

Osman Samiuddin

Wednesday Interview - Graeme Smith

South Africa heading in the right direction

Sep 20, 2005: The Wednesday Interview with Graeme Smith

Nagraj Gollapudi

Wednesday Interview - Ashley Giles

'This time we've really done it'

Sep 13, 2005: The Wednesday Interview with Ashley Giles during England's Ashes celebrations

Andrew Miller

Wednesday Interview - Giles Clarke

For the future of the game

Aug 31, 2005: The Wednesday Interview with Giles Clarke

Wednesday Interview - Bob Simpson

The fundamentalist

Aug 24, 2005: Former Australia coach Bob Simpson is famous for his back-to-basics approach - and for his success. Recently he guided Holland to the 2007 World Cup. Here he talks coaches, players and getting old

Edward Craig

Wednesday Interview - Irfan Pathan

'For me the most important thing is to take wickets'

Aug 16, 2005:

Nagraj Gollapudi

Wednesday Interview - Farveez Maharoof

'Be positive, back yourself, and hope for the best'

Aug 9, 2005: The Wednesday Interview with Farveez Maharoof

Nagraj Gollapudi

Phil Tufnell

'England must score at four an over'

Aug 2, 2005: The Wednesday Interview with Phil Tufnell on his memories of facing Australia

Andrew McGlashan

Denesh Ramdin

'I used to get bored when I wasn't keeping'

Jul 27, 2005: Nagraj Gollapudi talks to Denesh Ramdin

Nagraj Gollapudi

Simon Katich

'I've been making my way as a relative unknown'

Jul 20, 2005: Simon Katich talks to Cricinfo as he prepares to face England in the Ashes

Andrew Miller

Kumar Sangakkara

'Sledging doesn't belong on the field'

Jul 11, 2005: Kumar Sangakkara talks to Cricinfo as he prepares to face West Indies

Nagraj Gollapudi

Samir Inamdar

Kenyan cricket at the crossroads

Jul 5, 2005: Martin Williamson talks to Samir Inamdar, the new chairman of the KCA

Martin Williamson

Tom Moody

'It's not as if we have to hunt from top to toe'

Jun 29, 2005: Tom Moody, Sri Lanka's latest Australian coach, has arrived in Colombo and started preparing for the future

Charlie Austin

Mohammad Ashraful

'I needed to prove something to myself'

Jun 21, 2005: Mohammad Ashraful relived his scintillating century against Australia at Cardiff but emphatically stated that this was 'just the beginning'

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

Terry Alderman

'Vaughan is the key for England'

Jun 15, 2005: Terry Alderman talks to Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller

Athar Ali Khan

'Bangladesh need another five years to prove themselves'

Jun 1, 2005: For Bangladesh's former opening-batsman-turned-pundit, Athar Ali Khan, things can only get better.

Andrew Miller
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