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Paul Collingwood

About Paul Collingwood

Paul Collingwood is an English cricket all-rounder and is the Captail of the England one-day team. He also plays for the Delhi Daredevils team in the Indian Premier League.

Professional Biography

As Captain of the England cricket team

Collingwood said that his best is yet to come despite becoming Englands most capped one-day player when he faces South Africa in his 171st one-day international. He overtook former captain and wicketkeeper Alec Stewart.

As Vice-captain

In February 2010, he took the role of being the vice-captain for the Test series against Bangladesh.

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Shane Warne Joins ESPN STAR Sports Presentation Team for the Second Test Between India and England
Legendary Australian leg spinner Shane Warne was formally introduced today as part of the ESPN STAR Sports (ESS) presentation team for the second test between India and England starting tomorrow at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai. Aloke Malik, Managing Director, ESPN Software India Pvt. Ltd. presented an ESS jacket to the leg spinner welcoming him on board

Oz quick Johnson joins Durham to play in England domestic Twenty20
Out of favor Australian left-arm fast bowler Mitchell Johnson has joined Durham county, to play in the Friends Life T20 competition.

Ex-Proteas cricketer Hilton Ackerman lauds T20's impact
Former South African cricketer and television commentator Hilton D Ackerman says 20-over cricket has changed the face of cricket and widened its appeal.

Ex-Proteas opener Gibbs signs T20 deal with English county side Durham
Former South African batsman Herschelle Gibbs has penned down a deal with English county cricket club Durham for the forthcoming domestic T20 competition, Friends Life T20.

Swann wants big money in IPL
England spinner Graeme Swann wants top dollar to participate in the lucrative Indian Premier League (IPL).

Starc's brilliant performance in domestic game gives selectors headache
Fast bowler Mitchell Starc strengthened his case to remain in the Australian team after bowling a fiery three wicket spell in one remarkable over for the Sydney Sixers against Perth Glory, which included both the Marsh brothers and former England star Paul Collingwood.

England not worried by Oz resurgence against India: Collingwood
England batsman Paul Collingwood, who is playing in the Big Bash League for Perth Scorchers, has said that Australia's resurgence against India is not a cause of worry for Andrew Strauss' Test team.

Collingwood not impressed by Australia's regeneration
Pouring cold water on Australia's prospects of regaining the Ashes in 2013, England batsman Paul Collingwood has said he has not been impressed by the Australian's regeneration.

Collingwood backs Australia to emerge stronger after 'difficult' rebuilding process
Former England all-rounder Paul Collingwood reckons that the rebuilding process that Australia is currently going through is exactly what every other team goes through.

Collingwood hopeful Australian, Indian stints can help him back into England's side
Paul Collingwood, who retired from Tests after the Ashes last winter, is hopeful that successful domestic stints in Australia and India can help him back into England's limited-overs side.

England legends praise Strauss, Flower for taking team to great heights
Some 'titans of cricket' have praised England's captain Andy Strauss and coach Andy Flower for their outstanding contribution in taking the team to great heights.

Collingwood backs England's Twenty20 generation to rule world
All-rounder Paul Collingwood believes that England is paving the way to rule the world again with a generation that has grown up with Twenty20 cricket.

KP praises magnificent Bell as England pile on India's agony
Middle order batsman Kevin Pietersen has showered praises on fellow batsman Ian Bell, describing him as magnificent and in the form of his life after both shared a record partnership of 350 as England ruthlessly dissected an inadequate Indian attack on the second day of the fourth and final test at the Oval on Friday.

Flintoff says current England side better than 2005 vintage
Former England cricketer Andrew Flintoff believes the current England team is a better side that the squad of 2005 that broke Australian domination.

Broad promises to show 'clarity and passion' during stint as T20 skipper
England's newly appointed Twenty20 captain Stuart Broad has promised to show clarity and passion during his stint.

In form Cook could put heat on skipper Strauss
Former England skipper Michael Vaughan fears a glut of one-day runs from in form Alastair Cook could put pressure on incumbent Test skipper Andrew Strauss, even as the latter turns out for Somerset to get match fit for the series against India.

Catch KFC T20 Big Bash League Live on STAR Cricket and STAR Cricket HD
-- 7 former international captains to feature in this edition of the league -- Star attractions include Chris Gayle, Kieron Pollard, Paul Collingwood, Shahid Afridi, Fidel Edwards, and many more

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