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No longer a gentleman's game
Writing in ABC's Unleashed , Dileep Premachandran believes that the IPL might undermine the primacy of international cricket.
Buchanan's son to join support staff
John Buchanan's son, Michael, will join the Kolkata Knight Riders’s support staff in the Indian Premier League
Lalit Modi’s daylight robbery
Prem Panicker, writing in the Rediff blog , questions the motives behind the controversial IPL accreditation process.
How Fletcher transformed fortunes of England
Andrew Strauss writes about the legacy of his former coach Duncan Fletcher in the Wisden Almanack
Genius of Brian Lara
Writing in the Wisden Almanack , an extract of which is in the Times , Mike Atherton pays tribute to the cavalier genius of Brian Lara.
Old habits die hard
Writing in his blog at Espnstar.com , R Mohan explores the attitude of Indian skippers to home Tests.
Strauss running out of excuses
"Out of position and out of form, Andrew Strauss cuts a forlorn figure at the moment
A sad end to an illustrious career
Mike Atherton, writing in the Telegraph , looks back the career of Marcus Trescothick.
Small but not beautiful
Writing in the Indian Express , GS Vivek says the Ranji Trophy replica handed out to winning teams is bit of a joke.
We want to be engine of growth - Bindra
In a free wheeling chat with Hindustan Times ' Subhash Rajta, IS Bindra talks about his role as Principal Advisor to the new ICC President.
The support cast for IPL
After the players, it's time for match officials to get ready for the IPL
Lost in transition
Anand Vasu looks back at the under-19 Indian players who were involved in the World Cup in 2000 and tracks their progress
No shame! Bond with the rebels
Shane Bond, who joined the Indian Cricket League, doesn't know why he is being treated like a rebel
Sachin, still the master
R Kaushik, of the Deccan Herald , writes that "From a very early age, Tendulkar worked out that the best way to silence criticism was to score runs
Dhoni's experiments with youth
In the Hindustan Times Pradeep Magazine writes that Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the "new Ganguly of Indian cricket." He did not want seniors in the team and stuck to his guns, much to the chagrin of many
The murkier side of Indian cricket
'Agent-sharks and youngsters with 'attitood' have queered the pitch for India's promising cricketers,' writes Dileep Premachandran in his Guardian blog .
Lou Vincent's life ban revised, allowing him to return to domestic cricket
India's road to the T20 World Cup is paved with tough questions and options
Warner dead-bats Johnson's views: 'Everyone's entitled to their own opinions'
08-Dec-2023•AAP and ESPNcricinfo staff