The decision to move to England and register as a non-overseas player is becoming increasingly frequent for the countries with such an agreement with the EU. So how is this effecting English cricket?
The Kolpak Effectby: Paul Wood
Tait – Gone But Not Forgottenby: Sudeep Popat
Shaun Tait was all set to be the new Brett Lee of the Australian side. Glenn McGrath had hung up his boots, and Lee was going to be busy trying to fill the huge-sized hole left by one of the best pacemen ever to have graced a cricket field. Australia needed someone with raw pace, who did not have to worry about being the best bowler in the side rather just had to be the fastest bowler in the side. Tait had the ability to be to Lee what Lee himself was to McGrath.
The Changing Face of Cricketby: Zac Gelman
Comeback Player of the Yearby: Kev Goughy
Short or Long Term Plan to Fill Gillyby: Greg Hawke
KP to return to dominance in New Zealandby: Paul Wood
Gilly: Cooling his heels or just warming up?by: Greg Hawke
Tendulkar genius on display once moreby: Richard Dickinson
Many things came out of India’s Test series in Australia – they tend to when these countries meet, really. There was the usual mixture of the good, the bad and the ugly – and it is certainly the ugly that will linger longest in the memory, with the SCG Test and subsequent fallout placing a terrible stain (as well as strain) on the game.