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Moores blames Saker for woeful death bowling
Pune Mirror

Moores blames Saker for woeful death bowling

Peter Moores has blamed bowling coach David Saker's poor planning in a sign he may not make it to the end of his contract in September. Saker has already indicated he will not be renewing his deal, but could be asked to move on before next summer's ... Pune Mirror, 2 weeks ago
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David Saker set to quit as England bowling coach as Australian weighs up offers to return home

England bowling coach David Saker expected to return to Australia 48-year-old has been offered at least three coaching roles back home His options include roles with Big Bash teams or a job in state cricket Saker has played a big role in developing ...
 AfricanSeer3 weeks ago Australia coaching glut tempts Saker  ESPN Cricinfo4 weeks ago
Rediff.com

'Time for England to reshuffle the pack'

'James Anderson is a swing bowler rather than a ‘hit the deck’ type. In 50 overs’ cricket --  particularly World Cups -- he has hugely underachieved' 'One would have thought letting (Alex) Hales bat at the top and play his shots would give England their own (Brendon) McCullum' Manu Shankar/Rediff.com spoke with former Essex player and fast bowling coach Ian Pont to assess England’s disastrous start in the ICC’s 50-over-a-side extravaganza. England captain ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago

Focus on Moores

Peter Moores and the England hierarchy have made wrong decisions at the World Cup and must stop muddling the side, says Andrew Strauss. England replaced Ravi Bopara with Gary Ballance and dropped James Taylor down to No 6 ahead of their World Cup ...
 Sky Sports1 week ago Strauss: Changes haven't worked  Sky Sports1 week ago
Melbourne Age

England skipper Eoin Morgan says they must 'stand up' when they face New Zealand

EOIN MORGAN has called on the experienced players to "stand up" when they face New Zealand here in a World Cup that has not had the best of starts for England. Six days after the 111-run defeat by Australia, England now meet the joint hosts who ...
 Scottish Daily Express1 week ago Brainless England Bottlers Must Improve - Not Moan at Me  New Indian Express2 weeks ago Cricket World Cup 2015: England are brainless and lack bottle  Melbourne Age2 weeks ago England are brainless and lack bottle  Canberra Times2 weeks ago
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Thief escapes with gold as man watches cricket in Chennai

When India beat Pakistan in the World Cup match on Sunday, an engineer who remained glued to his television set lost 15 sovereigns of gold jewellery. V Srivatsan was so immersed in the match that he didn't see the thief sneak into his KK Nagar home ...
 24Dunia1 week ago
NEWS.com.au

World View: Poms were like startled rabbits

THE World Cup recriminations rumble on in England in the wake of their humbling opening game defeat to Australia while Pakistan is hardly in raptures after their first-up defeat. The Poms crashed to a 111-run defeat which — while hardly denting ...
 FoxSports.com.au2 weeks ago
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Mohsin Khan claims Pak team management confused about right combination for CWC

Pakistani cricketer and ex-national team selector Mohsin Khan has claimed that the team management are confused about the right combination, insisting that it was the reason behind their loss to arch-rivals India in their Cricket World Cup opener on ...
 24Dunia2 weeks ago

Media savage England team

LONDON. The English media yesterday savaged their national cricket team following the humiliating World Cup loss against hosts Australia in Melbourne on Saturday. The Telegraph described the team as being bloody stupid while the Mail yesterday ...
 Zimbabwe Herald2 weeks ago

Peter Moores backs Eoin Morgan captaincy after FOURTH duck in FIVE innings

PETER MOORES admits England's humbling opening defeat at the hands of Australia has given him multiple causes for concern. But the coach was insistent that the form of his captain Eoin Morgan was not one of them. Morgan's fourth duck in his last ...
 Scottish Daily Express2 weeks ago
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