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Freelance sports writer and a sports fanactic. Like to read books relevant to sports and sporting history. Travelling around the globe to cover sports is not only a hobby but should be a profession.

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January 2013
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Aussie spine proves too good for the rest in the Cricket World Cup

Aussie spine proves too good for the rest in the Cricket World Cup

1 Apr 2015

The success of a football team over a period of time is often dictated by the nucleus of three or four players. In sports such as football and AFL, it often involves the strong centre back, a robust midfielder and a dependable attacker.

De Villiers needs to show results as a captain and batsman

De Villiers needs to show results as a captain and batsman

18 Mar 2015

South Africa arrived at the World Cup in February with high expectations for every cricket fan.

England must get IPL exposure to improve ODI credentials

England must get IPL exposure to improve ODI credentials

13 Mar 2015

All types of scenarios, ideas, analysis and investigations have been carried on England’s premature exit from World Cup. The men who know the English development process, right from the most legendary, have expressed their opinions over the past 24 hours.

Which team has the best fielding unit at the World Cup?

Which team has the best fielding unit at the World Cup?

3 Mar 2015

It took 20 matches at the World Cup for the Test-playing nations to produce a match that could be classified as a ‘thriller’.

Australia be warned: How an injured captain cost NZ the ’92 World Cup

Australia be warned: How an injured captain cost NZ the '92 World Cup

14 Feb 2015

The last time Australia and New Zealand hosted the World Cup, in 1992, the Kiwis were arguably the form team through the tournament.

Bailey’s form puts him first in line to be cut for Clarke

Bailey's form puts him first in line to be cut for Clarke

23 Jan 2015

While it was the suspension imposed on George Bailey because of the slow over rate that led to Australian captain missing the game against England on Friday, he could easily have been dropped for poor form.

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