#Ashes2015 – Midpoint Analyses

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The Summer Game

<This article first appeared in sloword.wordpress.com. Given the abject surrender by England yesterday, I thought it may be pertinent to read what I had written almost a year ago. You can read the original here> I read this article by Jonathan Agnew and was struck by it’s smarmy tone. As an apology for Peter Moores‘s … More The Summer Game