Tag Archives: Paul Collingwood

Sehwag the TV star, Nannes to the Oval: Richard Gibson

Indian superstar Virender Sehwag is among those to have agreed deals to participate in forthcoming television show Titans of Cricket. Sehwag is joined by a Pakistan team led by non-playing captain Wasim Akram and also comprising Abdul Razzaq, Shahid Afridi, … Continue reading

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Miller to be Durham’s sole overseas signing

Durham will restrict their overseas signings for this season to the little-known South African David Miller, who will join them for the duration of the Friends Provident t20. The county are also confident that Paul Collingwood will be fit to join … Continue reading

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Colly And The Champions In Waiting

Jonathan Agnew celebrates Paul Collingwood’s Test career and looks ahead optimistically to the World Cup PAUL COLLINGWOOD knew the time was right to go. On the third evening of the final Test at Sydney, with England’s historic victory all but … Continue reading

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Collingwood or Trott. Or both? Lawrence Booth

England have a problem, and I’m not talking about the fact they still need to win three in a row in Australia to avoid a first series defeat in any form of the game since September 2009. No, the problem … Continue reading

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Collingwood not limited, just good: Alex Bowden

Reading through the Paul Collingwood Test career obituaries has been like enduring a patronise-athon, if there is such a thing (which there isn’t). His fielding has been universally lauded but his batting is routinely belittled. The comments are good-natured and … Continue reading

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Rolling contracts, a golfaholic and another kick-about injury

The annual impasse over the signing of central contracts is on the verge of being consigned to history. Extensive negotiations between the Professional Cricketers’ Association and the England and Wales Cricket Board have culminated in the drawing up of a … Continue reading

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Don’t forget Colly and Monty: Ashes heroes

I still think it was won in Cardiff. Australia had to win that Test. Ricky Ponting’s side was never good enough to squander an opportunity like that and still take the series. So for a moment let’s forget the man … Continue reading

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