A news story about the number of captains used by England in the 1988 season
A news story about the number of captains used by England in the 1988 seasonSydney Morning Herald
Graham Gooch plays on off the hips against Malcolm Marshall, England v West Indies, 4th Test, Headingley, 1st day, July 21, 1988
Graham Gooch plays on off the hips against Malcolm MarshallPA Photos/Getty Images
Captain John Emburey isn't happy with England's performance. Bowler Derek Pringle sits next to him, England v West Indies, 2nd Test, Lord's, 4th day, June 20, 1988
Captain John Emburey isn't happy with England's performance. Bowler Derek Pringle sits next to himPA Photos
Curtly Ambrose and Malcolm Marshall walk back after sharing ten wickets between them in England's first inning, England v West Indies, 1st Test, Trent Bridge, 2nd day, June 3, 1988
Curtly Ambrose and Malcolm Marshall walk back after sharing ten wickets between them in England's first inningReg Bagnall/PA Photos
Carl Hooper drives against Sussex, Hove, May 7, 1988
Carl Hooper drives against SussexGetty Images
Desmond Haynes pulls Neil Foster, England v West Indies, fourth Test, 26 July 1988
Desmond Haynes pulls Neil FosterPA Photos
Malcolm Marshall took 7 for 22, England v West Indies, 3rd Test, Old Trafford, 5th day, July 5, 1988
Malcolm Marshall took 7 for 22PA Photos
Former England captain Mike Brearely sits with current captain John Emburey and manager Micky Stewart in the balcony, and bowler Derek Pringle stands at the back, England v West Indies, 2nd Test, Lord's, June 17, 1988
Former England captain Mike Brearely sits with current captain John Emburey and manager Micky Stewart in the balcony, and bowler Derek Pringle stands at the backPA Photos
Monte Lynch is run out for a duck, England v West Indies, 1st ODI, Texaco Trophy, Edgbaston, May 19, 1988
Monte Lynch is run out for a duckPA Photos
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