Tag: jonhenry-wilson-blog

  • News

    Mourinho: Rivals trying to buy title

    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has begun the mind-games early this season after suggesting their Premier League rivals are attempting to buy the title this season.

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  • News

    Costa delights in Falcao struggles

    Chelsea striker Diego Costa is delighted that new teammate Radamel Falcao struggled at Manchester United last season.

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  • News

    Terry targets title defence

    Chelsea captain John Terry insists he still has a lot to offer at Stamford Bridge and believes they can successfully defend the Premier League title.

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  • 2015 World Cup

    Opinion: WIll Hussey help or hinder SA?

    Anything Graeme Smith and Jacques Kallis couldn't do, the newer school must do better, but AB de Villiers and company will go into the 2015 World Cup with the usual questions hanging over their heads.

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  • Bangladesh

    Cricket365’s Team of the Month – September

    An old favourite returns in our hypothetical XI, which is captained by an Irish all-rounder, remains in awe of a South African batsman, can't hide from a West Indian stalwart, expects more from an Indian seamer - and finds time for a Champions League Twenty20 centurion.

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  • News

    Cricket365 exclusive Q and A: Mthokozisi Shezi’s best WhatsApp message ever

    Jonhenry Wilson chatted exclusively to South Africa's latest ODI recruit Mthokozisi Shezi about success on an individual level in Australia, some big news via WhatsApp, a wise move to Cape Town, his relationship with Lance Klusener, a burning ambition to represent his race in fitting fashion - and more.

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  • News

    Exclusive: Piedt picked for 'ability to win in fourth innings'

    Spin bowler Dane Piedt has basked in Tuesday's call-up to South Africa's Test squad alongside fellow international rookie Stiaan van Zyl.

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  • Blog Opinion

    10 talking points from the IPL final

    Glenn Maxwell peaked too soon, Lakshmipathy Balaji should not have been selected, Gautam Gambhir had the last laugh - and more.

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  • Blog Opinion

    Top 10 international flops of the 2014 IPL

    West Indian Sunil Narine, Sri Lankan Lasith Malinga, Australian Glenn Maxwell, South African JP Duminy and more blazed a spectacular trail at the 2014 Indian Premier League, while other international recruits endured forgettable campaigns.

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  • Blog Opinion

    Opinion: De Villiers, not Amla, must succeed Smith

    Hashim Amla's commendable character, Faf du Plessis' lagging eligibility and JP Duminy's increasing unlikelihood accounted for, AB de Villiers - coupled with the arrival of Quinton de Kock to the top of the order - must succeed Graeme Smith.

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