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All Out Cricket Issue 93 – Out June 15

We’ve got another filled-to-bursting issue this month, with not one, not two, but three exclusive interviews with England stars. Jonathan Trott tells us what makes him tick, Alastair Cook explains how England can win the next World Cup and Eoin Morgan insists he’s sticking to his guns as he seeks a return to the Test side.

“I’d probably be a tight end. Sometimes they take the headlines and catch touchdowns, but sometimes they end up just doing the hard yards and blocking”
NFL fanatic Jonathan Trott explains why he’s England’s tight end

“A mistake was made. So what? That is no tragedy. No one died!”
Our new columnist Colin Croft fears a mechanical revolution

“I must have seen him 40 or even 60 times. I’m following him around Europe at the moment”
Which television host is a Bruce Springsteen obsessive?

“I think it has been a very unfortunate scenario, but I don’t think Chris Gayle is the messiah”
Michael Holding tells it how it is

“We encounter Henry Blofeld, today wearing a butcher’s apron to catch the cascading crumbs from various cakes and pork pies”
AOC spends a day with the Test Match Special commentary team

“Unfortunately for the English players, during Twenty20’s infancy the ECB were piss-farting around trying to decide on a myriad of options to expand the game whilst keeping its financial interests in check”
Columnist Dirk Nannes doesn’t hold back

“When I first played one-day cricket for England I wasn’t ready for it; I hadn’t had enough experience”
Alastair Cook on his transformation into a 50-over dasher

“Following a dispute over the eligibility of an Essex player, one of the Kent players got a gun from the fort’s guardhouse and shot one of the opposition dead”
We take a look at the darker side of the ‘gentlemen’s game’

“There’s only one rule when it comes down to it. Be yourself”
Blowers on the art of commentary

“It stands to reason that the world’s only true superhero would like his cricket”
We give a rundown of the top ten most unlikely cricket fans

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