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Michael Clarke says Australia's new breed need to keep making the most of opportunity

Australia is looking a shadow of the team renowned for batting collapses in its most recent Test series.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Michael Clarke urges weary Aussies to reconsider Indian Premier League


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Modest sales for Michael Clarke autobiography compared to Ricky Ponting book

It made an almighty splash when it landed on shelves but Michael Clarke's autobiography hasn't made the same impact when it comes to sales.
The Age

Fast-footed Victorian debutant Peter Handscomb reminds coach of Michael Clarke

Peter Handscomb reminds his coaches of former Australian captain Michael Clarke.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •Brisbane TimesThe Age

Three shocking recent facts about Australia's Test team

It's clear to many cricket lovers than the current iteration of the Australian Test team is a far cry from the ones that dominated all comers around the turn of the century and into the first few..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Allan Border backs Jason Behrendorff, but Michael Clarke says young blood won't fix Austrlaia's problem

Michael Clarke says the best teams have a mixture of youth and experience and he would "hate to see Australian cricket go away from that."
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Steve Smith gets Test team he wants: selector Mark Waugh

National selector Mark Waugh has dismissed talk from ex-captains Michael Clarke and Ian Chappell that Australian skipper Steve Smith is not getting the team that he wants.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Former captains react to cricket crisis

Former skippers Ian Chappell, Michael Clarke and Ricky Ponting have different views of Australia's cricket woes after five straight Test losses.
SBS


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