Tag Archives: Mitchell Johnson

Kohli Talking the Talk and Walking the Walk

It was during the 2011 tour to the West Indies that India last won a Test series away from home. Virat Kohli was on debut in the first Test of the series at Kingston, Jamaica. After making only 4 in … Continue reading

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Couch Talk 110 with Mike Selvey, The Guardian

In this episode, former England cricketer and The Guardian newspaper’s cricket correspondent Mike Selvey talks about the pseudo-posturing and aggression that was on display during the recent Ashes down under, England’s dismal performance, the Andy Flower-Kevin Pietersen saga, and also … Continue reading

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State of Unstable Equilibrium and the Ashes Scoreline

In Dead Poet’s Society, the Robin Williams’ character (John Keating) tells his students to seize the day (“Carpe diem, seize the day boys, make your lives extraordinary”). I wrote a guest post for ESPNcricinfo’s Cordon on the ability to seize … Continue reading

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The case of a swinging elbow

Just for a moment, if I were to ask you to play a game of guess who, will ya? Pretty please, with sugar on top? Excellent. A particular cricket team from the sub-continent is playing a certain team from the … Continue reading

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