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Justin Langer is a former Australian Cricketer.

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Warner warns England pacers 'bowl fast and get smacked for boundaries'
Australia opener David Warner has warned England pace bowlers that the faster they will bowl, the easier it would be for him to smack them for boundaries.

Ponting says putting Oz team interests ahead of himself led to his one-day demise
Former Australian captain Ricky Ponting believes that he paid the ultimate price as an international one-day player because he put the national team ahead of himself.

Warner rues 'laziness' on field as fielding coach heads to IPL
Australian opener David Warner has lamented his team's lazy fielding performance on the first day of the Barbados Test match, as their fielding coach Steve Nixon left the Caribbean during the Twenty20 series last week to fulfill Indian Premier League commitments with Chennai Super Kings.

Oz batting coach Langer wants next Ponting to reveal himself
Australian batting coach and former Test opener Justin Langer has welcomed the end of a selection culture that he believes rewarded mediocrity, and now has called on the next Ricky Ponting to reveal himself.

Ponting eyeing Ashes series against England to revive form slump
Veteran Australian batsman Ricky Ponting is now eyeing the Ashes series against England to come out of his current form.

Langer feels for 'out of form' Marsh
Australian batting coach Justin Langer has said he sympathizes with the beleaguered Shaun Marsh who has been struggling with poor form lately.

Ponting, Hussey and Haddin must get heroic send-offs and retire
Cricket journalist Malcolm Conn has said that former Australian skipper Ricky Ponting, middle-order batsman Michael Hussey and wicket-keeper Brad Haddin should be given heroic send-offs and be asked to quit before the axe actually falls on them.

Oz batting camp to focus on maintaining mental toughness, facing Indian bowlers
Australia's batting camp, which started today, focussed on combating India's pace bowling attack and preach mental toughness ahead of Boxing Day against India.

Arthur emerges as strong favourite to become new Aussie coach
Sydney, Nov 18 (ANI): Cricket Australia has announced that the field for a new coach had been reduced to six from a list of 80, but Mickey Arthur has emerged as the strong favourite. Sydney, Nov 18 (ANI): Cricket Australia has announced that the field for a new coach had been reduced to six from a list of 80, but Mickey Arthur has emerged as the strong favourite.

Warner ready to play Tests for Australia
Having scored 65 for Australia "A" against New Zealand in Brisbane yesterday, New South Wales batsman David Warner has shown the new national selectors what they already knew - that he is ready for Test cricket.

Clarke supports South African Arthur's appointment as Oz head coach
Australian captain Michael Clarke has strongly endorsed Cricket Australia (CA)'s decision to appoint South African Mickey Arthur as the new head coach of the national team.

Team mates, opponents don't think so, but Ponting's Test career almost over
Though teammates and opponents are adamant that the aura is still there, but reputation alone might not be enough to keep Ricky Ponting in the Australian Test team beyond this tour.

Mystery still surrounds Clarke XI's brain snap in Port Elizabeth Test
The Australian cricket fraternity and its loyal fan base is still trying to come to terms with the national squad's eight wicket defeat to South Africa in the first Test played at Newlands, Port Elizabeth last week.

Cricket Australia likely to appoint new coach on Friday
Cricket Australia (CA) is likely to announce the name of the new national coach on Friday.

Australian cricket nearing rock bottom: Langer
Australian assistant coach Justin Langer acknowledges that the country's Test cricket is nearing rock bottom after the team was bowled out for 47 in the Cape Town Test against South Africa.

Shaun Marsh reaping rewards of ditching party life
When Geoff Marsh coached Australia, his barely teenaged son Shaun travelled with the team in Australian summers and on a tour of England.

Blewett backs 'experienced' Rixon to replace Nielsen as Australian cricket coach
Former Australian batsman Greg Blewett reckons that Justin Langer would be a leading candidate to replace Tim Nielsen as the new Australian cricket coach, but former New Zealand coach Steve Rixon is the right man for the job.

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