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Ray Illingworth: A cricket man for all seasons and all moments
Ashes-winning captain, autocratic "supremo", Farsley CC groundsman - "Illy" was one of the game's true greats
Former England captain Ray Illingworth dies aged 89
Yorkshire and England legend passes away after long battle with esophageal cancer
Ray Illingworth reveals cancer diagnosis amid support for assisted dying
Former England captain wants law changed to prevent the suffering of terminally ill patients
Chris Silverwood, England's unlikely supremo, follows in Ray Illingworth's footsteps
Head coach handed a new level of responsibility in the wake of Ed Smith's dismissal
'Bowling in limited-overs cricket these days needs to come with a health warning'
Bob Willis talks about his Ashes stints, bowlers today, and why World Series Cricket was good for the game
22-Apr-2019•Interview by Crispin Andrews
Why are most captains inevitably batsmen?
Batsmen have always been preferred over bowlers for the leadership role. Is there any merit in such thinking?
'I've never been so embarrassed as on my Test debut'
John Hampshire talks about nicking his way to a hundred, and his years with Yorkshire - Closey, Illy, Freddie, Boycs and the rest
07-Jan-2017•Interview by Scott Oliver
The value of the old dog
Senior players are important to the team, not only to act as calm heads in crisis situations but also to provide inspiration to younger talent
A sandwich with the supremo
Time has mellowed the celebrated and derided Ray Illingworth. But only just
Is Vaughan the one to reconnect the ECB with its public?
England could do worse than appoint the outspoken, media-friendly former captain as their director of cricket
Illy the groundsman
Former England captain Ray Illingworth tended the square at Farsley Cricket Club till his health gave way. He still helps out there most days
'You learn how to manage players from losing'
Steve Waugh, Ian Chappell, Clive Lloyd, MAK Pataudi: some of cricket's finest captains speak about their craft
Illingworth chunters at Bairstow management
Ray Illingworth, the former Yorkshire and England batsman, has criticised the way Jonny Bairstow was treated by England over the winter.
India's day of glory
India came to England in 1971 with a record of no wins and 15 defeats in their 19 Tests... but all that changed at The Oval
'I was in a daze. England all out 101 and I had figures of 6 for 38'
Bhagwath Chandrasekhar, Ajit Wadekar, Farokh Engineer and Ray Illingworth remember India's first Test win in England - at The Oval in 1971
06-Aug-2011•Interviews by Nagraj Gollapudi
Illingworth recovering after heart attack
Ray Illingworth, the former England captain, will soon be discharged from Leeds General hospital after suffering a heart attack on Tuesday
'People don't realise how hard it is to win in Australia'
Ray Illingworth looks back on leading England to a hard-fought Ashes win in 1970-71, and dealing with Aussie crowds and umpires
18-Dec-2010•Interview by Richard Gibson
The birth of the one-day international
Poor weather, the threat of another draw and the fear of financial losses conspired to bring the limited-overs game to the international arena in 1971
After Kevin Pietersen's success, we take a look at 11 other captains who made a mark early in their reign
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