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The Ashes aftermath

Cricket, celebrity and charred egos

Sep 15, 2005: Flintoff and friends will shrink from the front pages soon enough, but the entire country should be grateful for the legacy they've left behind.

Andrew Miller

The Ashes 2005

Stability versus stagnation

Sep 1, 2005: Jones's presence at The Oval next week will mark this England team out as the most stable Ashes side in more than 120 years

Andrew Miller

England players in county cricket

Counties need to embrace feelgood factor

Aug 17, 2005: There have been rumblings of discontent from some of the counties about the decision to withdraw the England players from county cricket

Andrew McGlashan

England in Pakistan 2005-06

Why England must conquer the fear of the unknown

Jul 28, 2005: England's cricketers did not sign up to be peace envoys, but in strange times, strange solutions present themselves

Andrew Miller

The Ashes 2005

The climax of the great debate

Jul 14, 2005: Should it be Thorpe or Pietersen for the Ashes?

Andrew Miller

The Ashes 2005

Australia's crash course in crisis management

Jun 23, 2005: 'What's worse than a whingeing Englishman? Gloating Pommies

Andrew Miller

Countdown to the Ashes

Winning ugly is all right by England

Jun 9, 2005: Are England really tougher opposition than the Australians?

Andrew Miller

England v Bangladesh, 1st Test, Lord's

Too many ways to skin the Tiger

May 26, 2005: One can only imagine the excitement in the Bangladeshi camp last night, as they sized up the challenge that awaits them today at Lord's. But what of the England team?

Andrew Miller

The build-up to the Ashes 2005

Keeping their powder dry

May 12, 2005: England's star players are right to be keeping their powder dry

Andrew Miller

The Ashes 2005

Let the phoney war begin

Apr 27, 2005: England still remain some way short of matching Australia

Andrew Miller

An Ashes forecast 2005

Freed from the psychological shackles

Sep 23, 2004: Now there are plenty of wise souls out there who would warn me to wind my neck in and take stock of my senses, but all of a sudden, I really don't care

Andrew Miller

Champions Trophy 2004

Bloody minnow-bashing

Sep 16, 2004: week, as they say, is a long time in politics

Andrew Miller

ICC Awards, Alexandra Palace

A travesty in two parts

Sep 9, 2004: No awards ceremony is complete without a good travesty, and on Tuesday night at Alexandra Palace, the ICC dished up a beauty

Andrew Miller

England and one-day cricket

Vaughan's polarised performances

Sep 2, 2004: Yesterday, Michael Vaughan was elected to a very select club, as he became only the 17th player to represent England in 50 Tests and 50 one-day internationals

Andrew Miller

England in South Africa 2004-05

England have South Africa in their sights

Aug 26, 2004: England have become so adept at putting dishevelled sides in their places that, all of a sudden, the prospect of a first series win in South Africa for 40 years is becoming more attainable than anyone would ever have dared imagine

Andrew Miller

How the team is coming to the boil

England's humble undercurrent

Aug 19, 2004: Is this the best team that England has ever produced

Andrew Miller

England's wicketkeeping conundrum

Iron fists or velvet gloves?

Aug 12, 2004: Andrew Miller on England's wicketkeeping conundrum, and its impact on the coaches

Andrew Miller

West Indies in England 2004

Attrition is not so passé

Aug 5, 2004: Andrew Miller on Nasser Hussain's legacy, and how Brian Lara could learn from it

Andrew Miller

Mark Butcher's misfortune

The art of seizing the day

Jul 29, 2004: Andrew Miller on Mark Butcher's misfortune, and the message it sends out to the rest of the team

Andrew Miller

The future of first-class cricket

Time for aesthetes to have their say

Jul 22, 2004: It's time to take first-class cricket back to the shires, says Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller
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Surviving into the final session of the last day cannot disguise the fact that Australia's continued inability to play spin contributed to an all-round thrashing

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