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Graeme Swann insists he was "baffled" by England's decision to dump Kevin Pietersen earlier this week.
Graeme Swann believes Kevin Pietersen still has a big role to play for England.
England captain Alastair Cook has described Graeme Swann's decision to retire as "brave".
Kevin Pietersen says he is batting "as well as ever" and is not ready to follow Graeme Swann into retirement.
Graeme Swann has told Sky Sports "categorically" his criticism of arrogant Test cricketers was not aimed at England.
Alastair Cook must get a firmer grip on his players if England are to avoid further Ashes humiliation, Shane Warne says.
Graeme Swann has denied his criticism of some international cricketers was aimed at any of his ex-England team-mates.
England have added spinners Scott Borthwick and James Tredwell to their Ashes squad following Graeme Swann's retirement.
Graeme Swann has taken a parting shot at those within cricket who he sees have a lack of humility towards the game.
Notts director of cricket Mick Newell does not expect Graeme Swann to go into coaching having retired from cricket.
England coach Andy Flower says retiring off-spinner Graeme Swann will be hugely missed by the team.
England spinner Graeme Swann has stunned the cricketing world by announcing his retirement from the game.
Graeme Swann has apologised for comments made via social media in which he compared England's Ashes defeat to rape.
England bowler James Anderson has played down concerns over the fitness of Kevin Pietersen and Matt Prior.
Graeme Swann admits it is hard to comprehend the prospect of England winning a fourth straight Ashes series.
Steven Mullaney says he can understand why Nottinghamshire are set to select Graeme Swann and Stuart Broad on Saturday.
England look set to be investigated after reports players urinated at The Oval during Ashes celebrations.
Graeme Swann says the England squad are determined to complete a comprehensive Ashes series win.
Graeme Swann carried England's attack in tough conditions on day two at Old Trafford.
England closed on 52-2 in reply to Australia's 527-7 declared on day two of third Ashes Test at Old Trafford.
Sir Ian Botham says England have ‘turned the corner’ after they ended their 11-Test wait for a win.
Catch-up with the scorecards from today's six matches in the 50-over competition
Tour Matches in England
New Zealand A win by 70 runs (D/L Method)
Sri Lanka A win by 26 runs
England Under 19s v Australia
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