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“I always loved bowling against him”
While many pundits and former players have expressed their anger and frustration towards the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) for terminating batsman Kevin Pietersen’s central contract, Australia pace bowler Peter Siddle has admitted that he is “pretty glad” the South African-born batsman is not around any more.
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“He [Trott] has said that I was the first person to notice his problem”
Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen has revealed that he tried to help and console fellow batsman Jonathan Trott during the recent Ashes series against Australia.
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“As long as my performances on the county circuit are good then I’m a believer they can’t keep ignoring me”
We’ve heard it from pundits and former players time and time again, why don’t England select pace bowler Graham Onions for their tours?
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“It was a tough decision”
England captain Alastair Cook has finally broken his silence on why batsman Kevin Pietersen was axed following the national team’s disastrous tour of Australia.
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“We’ve had a lot of positives come out of this World Cup but we can hold our heads high with some of the performances we’ve put in”
Despite losing two games and only winning one, England Twenty20 captain Stuart Broad has announced that his team can leave the World Twenty20 with their heads held high.
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“I’m not surprised at all”
Legendary Australia captain Steve Waugh has announced that he believes the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) made the right decision to terminate batsman Kevin Pietersen’s central contract.
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“We all need to understand that there is a spectrum of mental illness and every case is different”
Professional Cricketers’ Association (PCA) chief executive Angus Porter has announced that he was infuriated with former England captain Michael Vaughan’s comments about Jonathan Trott’s stress-related illness.
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“I thought I was walking away from everything I had ever worked towards”
England batsman Jonathan Trott has revealed that he really believed he would “never play for England again” after he returned home midway through the recent Ashes series in Australia with a stress-related illness.
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“I just want to do whatever I can now to keep playing in this team and enjoying the success that we’ve been working so hard to get to”
Following successful knee surgery, Australia pace bowler Ryan Harris announced that he is determined to make his international return when the national team tour Pakistan in October.