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The quintessentially un-English Eng...

You don’t need to hear Kevin Pietersen speak, about himself or anyone else, and you don’t need to he...

England’s future could look rosy with Moores
Peter Moores can lead England into a brave, new era

Since the winter’s Ashes debacle, there has been much discussion and change around the England team. In a surprise move...

As one of the few players to emerge from England’s darkest winter with any credit, Ben Stokes has a chance to cement his posi... The Cricket Blog speaks to Ben Stokes

The hair, the earring, the attitude, the swagger... It was obvious from the start that KP was not cut from the same cloth as the usual England cricketer

The quintessentially un-English Englishman

You don’t need to hear Kevin Pietersen speak, about himself or anyone else, and you don’t need to hear a single story about him from his legion of fans or from his many detractors. You just needed to...
Peter Moores can lead England into a brave, new era

England’s future could look rosy with Moores

Since the winter’s Ashes debacle, there has been much discussion and change around the England team. In a surprise move to some, Peter Moores has been reappointed for a second shot at the Engla...
Ben Stokes impressed for England in Australia, one of the few Englishmen to emerge with any credit

The Cricket Blog speaks to Ben Stokes

As one of the few players to emerge from England’s darkest winter with any credit, Ben Stokes has a chance to cement his position as England’s all-rounder for years to come. He was England’s only Ash...
Graeme Smith ground out 27 Test centuries during his 116 Tests

Saboteur of style with lasting legacy

It began and ended with three at Newlands. Almost exactly 12 years ago, Graeme Smith made his Test debut in Cape Town against Australia. His nine ball innings, ended by Glenn McGrath on three, offere...
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The Cricket Blog on Sky Sports

Miles Reucroft was on Sky Sports Radio being interviewed by Good Morning Sports Fans presenter, Jamie Fletcher about his views on the Kevin Pieteresen affair, on behalf of The Cricket Blog. As you...
Andy Flower's tenure as England director of cricket is over.

Flower’s removal is the only way forward for England

All good things come to an end. Andy Flower’s tenure as England’s director of cricket was certainly good; at times it was great. It took a rampant Australia side, hell-bent on avenging recent losses ...