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Yadav took wind out of Aussies: Ganguly

Michael Clarke and former India skipper Sourav Ganguly were full of praise for the way Umesh Yadav rocked Australia with pace and bounce in the series decider.
SBS

Australia v India Test series 2017: Michael Clarke questions 'negative' Indian batting

If India suffer a rare Test series loss at home to Australia they will rue "negative" batting in the Dharamsala decider, according to Michael Clarke.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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News video: Aussie Media Trying To Tarnish Kohli’s Image Feels Clarke

Aussie Media Trying To Tarnish Kohli’s Image Feels Clarke 01:13

Former Australian skipper Michael Clarke has defended Virat Kohli, saying that two or three Australian journalists are trying to tarnish the Indian skipper’s image.
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News video: ‘EMOTIONAL’ CLARKE STILL HAS HUGHES’ PHONE NUMBER SAVED

‘EMOTIONAL’ CLARKE STILL HAS HUGHES’ PHONE NUMBER SAVED 02:04

It’s been more than two years since Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes passed away, but former Aussie skipper and Hughes’ close friend Michael Clarke still has his phone number saved on..
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News video: CLARKE LAUDS BCCI, CA FOR HANDLING DRS ROW PERFECTLY

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Former skipper Michael Clarke lauded the Board of Control for Cricket in India and Cricket Australia for their handling of the recent DRS controversy.
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News video: Clarke Admits He Didn’t Always Play It Straight Against India

Clarke Admits He Didn’t Always Play It Straight Against India 01:45

Former Australian skipper Michael Clarke at an event to promote his autobiography ‘My Story’ in Kolkata confessed that he wasn’t the most honest Joe in his time as an international..
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News video: CLARKE FEELS ANDREW SYMONDS STRETCHED ‘MONKEYGATE’ TOO FAR

CLARKE FEELS ANDREW SYMONDS STRETCHED ‘MONKEYGATE’ TOO FAR 01:52

Former Australian skipper Michael Clarke and former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly made no bones while speaking about one of the biggest controversies that rocked the cricket during the second Test..
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Clarke questions 'negative' Indian batting

Former Australia captain Michael Clarke says India may come to rue their 'negative' batting on day two of the Test series decider in Dharamsala.
SBS

Lehmann has no issue with Maxwell call

Michael Clarke felt the visitors erred by not bowling Glenn Maxwell more often in Ranchi, but Darren Lehmann had no issues with Steve Smith's decision.
SBS

Smith should have bowled in Ranchi: Clarke

Former Australia captain Michael Clarke says Steve Smith should have bowled and used Glenn Maxwell more often during India's marathon innings in Ranchi.
SBS

Peter Handscomb takes blame for Steve Smith's DRS 'cheating'

Peter Handscomb has taken the blame for Australia's controversial use of the Decision Review System after former captain Michael Clarke expressed concern about whether the second Test incident was a..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Michael Clarke says Virat Kohli's allegations Australia were infringing on DRS rules may have merit

Michael Clarke says Virat Kohli's allegations that Australia were systematically rorting the Decision Review System (DRS) in Bangalore may have some merit, while two former India captains have called..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Clarke gets first coaching job for Prime Minister's XI

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Former Australia captain Michael Clarke will get his first taste of coaching at the elite level against Sri Lanka later this month after being put in charge of the Prime Minister's..
SBS

Michael Clarke to coach Prime Minister's XI against Sri Lanka in Twenty20

Michael Clarke will take the coaching reins for the Prime Minister's XI after the squad to play Sri Lanka was announced.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

’He really needs to relax his muscles’

MICHAEL Clarke’s commentary has polarised cricket fans but a Melbourne communications expert who has worked with Bill Shorten says he can fix the former captain’s awkward delivery.
Herald Sun

Clarke keen for Test leggie in India

Michael Clarke has called for a leg-spinner to be taken as a third slow bowling option on Australia's upcoming Test tour of India.
SBS

Don't like listening to Michael Clarke call cricket on Nine? Get used to it

The former Australian captain divides opinions, but he will become a growing presence in the Nine commentary team.
Brisbane Times


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