Here are all the articles from our ‘nostalgia’ category. It’s time for a trip down memory lane. You’ll also find Maxie reminiscing about some of England’s signature victories here.

29 07, 2018

India 1990

2018-07-29T17:10:50+00:00 July 29th, 2018|Nostalgia|11 Comments

As we've already previewed the upcoming 2018 series, and done the Adil Rashid thing to death, I thought we'd warm up for the test match with a trip down memory lane. Here's friend of the site Haroon Khalid with his memories of the famous 1990 summer. Does the number 333 ring any [...]

6 07, 2018

All The England I Could Eat – Part Two

2018-07-06T14:30:40+00:00 July 6th, 2018|Nostalgia|2 Comments

Today we have the second part of Paul Potter's piece remembering some great Ashes moments from an Australian perspective ... Adelaide 2010 Bell and Pietersen didn’t play a Test together in the ’09 Ashes. It was the latter’s injury that allowed the former back into the team at Edgbaston. Come the next [...]

27 06, 2018

England’s Greatest ODI Side?

2018-06-27T13:58:15+00:00 June 27th, 2018|Nostalgia|29 Comments

Don't be misled by my (admittedly misleading) headline. Unlike some writers I'm not about to argue that the current England ODI team is our best ever. Indeed, I've heard some argue that it's the greatest ODI side in history (out of every nation) full stop. This seems more than a little silly [...]

21 06, 2018

All The England I Could Eat – Part One

2018-06-21T12:49:45+00:00 June 21st, 2018|Nostalgia|2 Comments

Today our Aussie friend Paul Potter looks back on some classic Ashes moments from an Australian perspective. It's good to remember that we've caused the old enemy some pain over the years in the test arena. It hasn't always been one-way traffic! Enjoy folks. This is part one. The second part will [...]

30 05, 2018

England’s Best Ever XI Revisited

2018-05-30T15:21:23+00:00 May 30th, 2018|Nostalgia|65 Comments

It was my tenth wedding anniversary at the weekend, so my Mrs and I took a trip down memory lane and stayed at the hotel where we got married. "That's all very well" you might say "but on earth has this got to do with cricket"? It's because the one thing I [...]

24 05, 2018

1982: The Summer Of The All-Rounder

2018-05-24T09:55:54+00:00 May 24th, 2018|Nostalgia|13 Comments

The first home test of 2018 begins today when England face Pakistan at Lord's; therefore we're going to bring you a touch of nostalgia to put you in the mood for some good old fashioned test cricket. New guest writer Haroon Khalid, who is a bit of a fearsome fast bowler himself, [...]

12 12, 2017

My Winter Escape

2017-12-12T17:40:04+00:00 December 12th, 2017|Nostalgia|3 Comments

Today we have an article by new guest writer Lee Payne. If, like me, you love watching England during the long winter nights, you might rather enjoy this ... although I'm not expecting too much joy at Perth!  I haven’t been abroad for almost a decade. In fact, my passport expired four [...]

8 11, 2017

Pull the other one – England’s Ashes injury hoodoos

2017-11-16T17:21:50+00:00 November 8th, 2017|Nostalgia|17 Comments

Injuries. They’re the bane of the England cricket team’s existence. And every time there’s an Ashes tour down under things just go from bad to worse. Back in the 1990s England only seemed to have two players the Aussies worried about: Darren Gough and Graham Thorpe. Therefore it was odds on they’d [...]

26 10, 2017

Bloody Australians

2017-10-26T11:05:16+00:00 October 26th, 2017|Nostalgia|27 Comments

First I’ll begin with a confession. When I was a teenager I used to take life too seriously. And I used to get far too worked up about sport. I used to hate Shane Warne with a passion (a very unhealthy passion), and I used to fantasise about punching Matthew Hayden in [...]

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