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What would you do if you were Ross Taylor?
He's probably hanging out with Jesse Ryder, and the two are crying on the inside for what's happening to New Zealand cricket
What does Taylor feel, watching New Zealand get bowled out for 45?
Wants to make sure the team never sinks to such lows again
Wants to say "See what you did!"
Wants to knock someone out cold
If Taylor wrote a book about being sacked as captain, it would be titled:
Let's Drive This Coach Off the Road
Kicked When You're Down: How NZC Made a Fist of the National Captaincy
Settling Scores: How to Motivate Yourself to Become the Next Martin Crowe
What should Taylor say if NZC asks him if he is ready to return to the team?
Tell them he'll count to ten to give them a chance to apologise properly
Ask if John Wright is being asked to make a return as well
"Ask Tendulkar if he is ready to have all his batting records broken"
What should he be doing with his free time?
Making crank calls to South Africa
Batting in every park in the country he gets to play in
If Taylor had to give advice to young New Zealand batsmen, he'd say:
"Try to punch above your weight"
"Try to bat like I do"
"Remember, a coach is what you use to get to the ground"
Mike Hesson should:
Realise that New Zealand are missing out on masterful hundreds because of him
Be turned into a gibbering wreck not fit to coach a bunch of puppies learning to wag their tails
Stay in his corner
Where do you see Taylor five years from now?
Taking anger management classes
Poised to score his 100th Test hundred
As a heavyweight
If England offer Taylor a contract, he should:
Circle around it warily before approaching
Let them know that if he accepts, it wouldn't bode well for Alastair Cook or Kevin Pietersen
Mail it to the NZC offices with a note that reads: "This spells your doom"
If Taylor met Hesson in a dark alley:
Some serious head-butting would go down
New Zealand would need a new coach
Some classy cutting, pulling and hooking would go down
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Eden Gardens turns on the magic again
A pitch with bounce, plenty of runs, a capacity crowd and a last-over finish all made it a day to remember
'Why did I bother buying day 5 tickets?'
No day five contest at Newlands after Kagiso Rabada took a ten-for to wrap up the series win for South Africa
The chants of Virat-Virat are here to stay
A see-saw day at the Wankhede, including a Kohli century and a boisterous crowd made it a memorable occasion
World Cup was a learning curve - SL women's coach
Australia players offer A$30 million for grassroots
Australia's supremacy challenged: now what next?
Panel to recommend next SA coach misses deadline, given extension
India ready to embrace a defining moment
How Bangladesh is finding and developing its talent
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It's time to rediscover Test-match batting
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The Cricket Monthly
Nottingham's the charm
On tour in the UK,
witnesses a fine comeback, visits the country's oldest pub, and squeezes in some yoga lessons
Trisha Chetty's legacy in the making
An inspiration in Mark Boucher got her to focus on her wicketkeeping. Today, she's a record-holder - and wants to go further
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