Michael Vaughan OBE

Michael Vaughan assured his place in cricket

history with England’s historic Ashes victory

in 2005 and has gone on to become one of

sport’s┬ámost respected commentators.

More About Michael


Daily Telegraph: White ball is priority for England

This Australia tour has neatly summed up the state of English cricket. The Tests were disappointing but the white-ball team are strong and that reflects where priorities lie at the moment. If it ends up with a World Cup win then focussing on white-ball cricket will... read more

Daily Telegraph: Joe Root can benefit from Ashes lessons

This Ashes defeat will be the making of Joe Root if he uses the experience in the right way. He has to reflect on the past seven weeks and see it as the moment he learned about captaincy, the characters in his own team and how he wants to take this side forward. There... read more

Daily Telegraph: England should have full-time spin coach

It staggers me that England do not have a full time spin bowling coach. It is scandalous when you think how desperate England are to unearth a spin bowler that they do not have a specialist coach for that area but do have them for batting, fielding and fast bowling.... read more

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