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    New Year, New Sport

    The start of a new year is usually the time when most people decide that they want to get fit and healthy for the year ahead.

    Written by stevecarry
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    Holder: I am watching you, Australia

    West-Indies skipper Jason Holder has said that he knows where Australia’s big weakness is, where everyone knows it is: their middle-order has not had much of a chance to cement their place in the Aussie side, and that is, if one thinks about it, probably the only place where they maybe can be competitive.

    Written by madaboutcricket
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    Shastri expects another pitch in the Nagpur mould

    There were many who called out on Twitter, or wherever they could, to blame the Nagpur pitch with the Proteas’ loss, rather than say the Indians were worthy winners, and was on top by far on a spin-friendly, bowler-helpful pitch.

    Written by madaboutcricket
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    McDermott hints at return for injured Starc in return New Zealand series

    It’s obvious that Mitchell Starc will not make a return any time soon, despite the fact that he was brave enough to come out and bat in the inaugural day-night test, but Australia can be thankful that he is not out for any longer than what was initially feared, says Craig McDermott, their bowlers’ mentor.

    Written by madaboutcricket
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    Time is up for flamboyant Sehwag

    Virender Sehwag, one of the few batsmen who looked as if one of the most difficult arts that are known to mankind was as easy as he lets it look , has announced his retirement via twitter with immediate effect, after he was waiting in the wings for another chance, without success.

    Written by madaboutcricket
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    JP Duminy suffers blow to his chances; Dean Elgar replaces him

    While initially it did not look as serious as it was, after an assessment there has been found that a cut in JP Duminy’s hand will be enough to keep him from playing a further part in the Proteas’ chances of securing a hard earned subcontinent victory.

    Written by madaboutcricket
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    "I shouldn't have got the job"

    Controversial character Kevin Pietersen has revealed that he should not have got the job of being the England captain, a post that he failed to hold on for long as he was the victim of a team that had lots of potential but failed to deliver when it happened, but he accepted it just because there was not anyone else.

    Written by madaboutcricket
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    Phadke found to breach the ICC code of conduct for "inappropriate comments”

    The team manager of India, appointed on a basis that was not permanent, Vinod Phadke, may have been right in that the standard of umpiring was poor, and that the decisions that were wrong led to them being stripped of the chance of being more of a factor, but the way that he criticised the performances of home-grown umpire Vineet Kulkarni was not right.

    Written by madaboutcricket
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    Smith the contemporary Australian test captain

    Steve Smith will lead an Australian test team into transition, with him being the new skipper at the helm in the absence of Michael Clarke, who will retire after the ongoing Ashes series and David Warner being his deputy.

    Written by madaboutcricket
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    Warne sprays Buchanan with condemnation

    Shane Warne has leapt to the defence of Michael Clarke, saying all the censure that Clarke has received and shocking revelations revealed is undeserved and that he is fantastic role-model.

    Written by madaboutcricket