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Michael Vaughan

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Michael Vaughan: English cricketer
Michael Paul Vaughan is an English cricket commentator and former cricketer, who played all forms of the game. He served as England captain for the test team from 2003 to 2008, the one-day international team from 2003-2007, and was the first Twenty20 England captain from 2005-2007. He represented Yorkshire in the domestic arena.

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Captain Tom made honorary member of England team on 100th birthday [Video]

Captain Tom made honorary member of England team on 100th birthday

Captain Tom gets an England cricket cap on his 100th birthday

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Nation helps celebrate 100th birthday of Captain Tom Moore [Video]

Nation helps celebrate 100th birthday of Captain Tom Moore

The Prime Minister, Michael Ball and former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan helped welcome Captain Tom Moore into the centenarian club. The Second World War veteran originally set out to walk..

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Captain Tom Moore receives England cricket cap from Michael Vaughan

Ex-England captain Michael Vaughan presents Captain Tom Moore with an England cricket cap to "make him an official member of the England team" on his 100th birthday.
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ECB should consider scrapping overseas players - Vaughan

The ECB should consider temporarily scrapping overseas players in the County Championship to cut costs, says ex-England captain Michael Vaughan.
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Michael Vaughan: Delay The Hundred rather than play without fans

The Hundred should be delayed until next summer rather than played at empty grounds, says former England captain Michael Vaughan.
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England: James Anderson & Stuart Broad should not play together now - Michael Vaughan

Bowlers James Anderson and Stuart Broad should not play together for England in the future, says former captain Michael Vaughan.
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'England's cricket summer written in the stars' - ex-captain Vaughan

Michael Vaughan says with the World Cup and the amazing Headingley win, the English summer feels as though it is "written in the stars".
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Ashes 2019: English summer 'written in the stars' - Michael Vaughan

Michael Vaughan says with the World Cup and the amazing Headingley win, the English summer feels as though it is "written in the stars".
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Ashes 2019: England have not prepared properly - Michael Vaughan

England have not prepared properly for the Ashes series against Australia, says former captain Michael Vaughan.
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England already on Plan X to Smith - Vaughan

England are already on "Plan X" to Australia batsman Steve Smith on day three of the first Ashes Test, says ex-captain Michael Vaughan.
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England an embarrassment in being bowled out for 85 by Ireland - Vaughan

England were an "embarrassment" in being bowled out for 85 on day one of the Test against Ireland, says ex-captain Michael Vaughan.
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England v Ireland: Hosts' batting was an 'embarrassment' - Michael Vaughan

England were an "embarrassment" in being bowled out for 85 on day one of the Test against Ireland, says Michael Vaughan.
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Cricket World Cup: England happier to play Australia than India, says Michael Vaughan

Former captain Michael Vaughan says England will be happier to play Australia rather than India in the World Cup semi-final and should go on to win the tournament.
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Bairstow's 'people waiting for you to fail' comments are 'pathetic' - Vaughan

Jonny Bairstow's claim that people are waiting for England to fail at the World Cup is "negative and pathetic", says former England captain Michael Vaughan.
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Cricket World Cup: Jonny Bairstow 'negative and pathetic' says Michael Vaughan

Jonny Bairstow's claim that people are waiting for England to fail at the World Cup is "negative and pathetic", says former England captain Michael Vaughan.
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