‘We’ve just got to make sure we look after’ Panesar, says Alastair Cook

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“He says he’s ready to go again and we will have to work well with him on tour”

England captain Alastair Cook has announced that he will be keeping a close eye on left-arm spinner Monty Panesar during the Ashes series as he has been involved in numerous controversies over the past couple of months.

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I honestly believed ‘I’d just thrown my England career away’, reveals Monty Panesar

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“My first reaction was that I’d just thrown my England career away, maybe even my whole cricket career”

England spinner Monty Panesar has revealed that he honestly believed he had “thrown my England career away” after being involved in numerous controversies both on and off the field.

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England players apologise for urinating on Oval pitch

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“We got carried away amongst the euphoria of winning such a prestigious series and accept that some of our behaviour was inappropriate”

The England Ashes squad have apologised for their over-the-top post-series celebrations at The Oval, which saw them take turns urinating on the pitch, while the others cheered on.

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‘We need Monty back bowling as well as he can bowl’, says Alastair Cook

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Cook will welcome Panesar back with open arms if he makes some necessary “changes in his life”

Having walked away with a 3-0 win against Australia in a challenging Ashes series, England captain Alastair Cook just cannot buy a break as he now has another obstacle in his path, which just so happens to be centred around left-arm spinner Monty Panesar, who has dominated headlines in the country for all the wrong reasons.

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