July 1, 2009

Michael Vaughan may good-bye International cricket

Earn and loss is the common sites in everyone’s life and like a wheel, it will be ups and downs. But it is very important to accept the reality by the time being. Michael Vaughan is considered as one of the most successful cricketer in England, especially as a captain. Recently he has declared his retirement from international cricket after fail to notice the attenuation of the selection board of ECB for the upcoming prestigious Ashes series in England against Australian. The 34-year-old could not contribute according to expected level in the county cricket. He has acknowledged in straightforward of his performances was not well at all. But during is leadership he able to acquired a wining records of 26 wins out of 51 matches.

Guardian reported:

"Having played almost non-stop for sixteen seasons, I feel that the time is right for the focus to shift to the next generation. We have some fantastic talent coming through the English counties and, with the next Ashes series upon us, now is the time for the younger players to rise to the challenge of building on the success achieved in English cricket in the last few years."

The Ashes 2009 will be commenced on at eh first week of the running month. It is the most prestigious test series of the two countries and most of the players desire to take part in the Test series. Andrew Strauss is the responsible captain of the England team who has been selected during the West Indies tours. Although Paul Collingwood was handed over the responsibility during the Twenty20 Championship, he was selected just for that time.