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    The fallout from England's Antiguan adventure


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    Next year a different name and most likely a different team/squad, maybe even different selectors. How many from this squad of 15 will have another chance at $20m? Probably three or four at the most and probably none of the coaching staff.

    Most of the England team left London on the Friday for the 1st warm up game on Sunday. They felt two warm up games was enough after not playing any cricket for seven weeks while the Stanford Superstars had a six week camp.



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