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Michael Clarke handed coaching role
Cricket Australia has appointed former Australian skipper Michael Clarke as the coach for the Prime Minister's XI team that will play a Twenty20 game against Sri Lanka later this month.
3 February 2017
Michael Clarke elected as Honorary Life Member of MCC
Former Australian skipper Michael Clarke has been elected as the honorary life member of the Marylebone Cricket Club.
9 August 2016
Michael Clarke set for return in Hong Kong T20 Blitz
Former Australian skipper Michael Clarke is expected to make a return to domestic cricket with the Kowloon Cantons side in the Hong Kong Twenty20 Blitz.
11 May 2016
Michael Clarke's comeback plan surprises Brendon McCullum
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum has expressed his surprise at former Australian skipper Michael Clarke announcing plans for making a comeback.
3 February 2016
John Buchanan responds to Michael Clarke's criticism
Former Australian coach John Buchanan responded to the comments made by Michael Clarke by saying that the former captain has "a lot to learn" about being a leader.
22 November 2015
Michael Clarke slams his critics
Former Australian captain Michael Clarke has fired back at his critics, including former coach John Buchanan and ex-teammate Andrew Symonds, for comments made during the 2015 Ashes.
19 November 2015
It is going to be a tough battle - Michael Clarke
Former Australian captain Michael Clarke believes that the three-match Trans-Tasman series between Australia and New Zealand will be fiercely competitive.
4 November 2015
That's Not Cricket! Michael Clarke to take part in 71st Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race
Former Australian captain Michael Clarke is all set to take part in the 71st Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race in order to raise money for a children's charity.
7 October 2015
Michael Clarke hopes Bangladesh tour can go ahead in future
Former Australian captain Michael Clarke is hoping that Australia can tour Bangladesh in the near future when the security issues have been sorted out.
2 October 2015
Michael Clarke opts for an indefinite break from cricket
Former Australian captain Michael Clarke has opted to take an indefinite break from the game after recently announcing his retirement from international cricket.
2 September 2015
Michael Clarke mulls IPL participation
Former Australian captain Michael Clarke, who has recently retired from international cricket, is considering playing in the Indian Premier League in the future.
25 August 2015
Clarke, Rogers, Sangakkara bid farewell - Cricket World TV
In our latest cricket news round-up video we reflect on an emotional few days for the sport with the retirements of Michael Clarke, Chris Rogers and Kumar Sangakkara dominating the headlines.
24 August 2015
Australian cricket is in great hands under Steven Smith - Clarke
Australian captain Michael Clarke has expressed his confidence in the future of the Australian team, which he believes is in the safe hands of Steven Smith.
23 August 2015
Michael Clarke slams reports of rift in team
Australian captain Michael Clarke has dismissed speculations suggesting a rift in his team played a big role in their Ashes defeat to England.
10 August 2015
Clarke didn't commit my mistake - Ricky Ponting
Former Australian captain Ricky Ponting thinks that outgoing skipper Michael Clarke has timed his retirement well after having endured an extended lean patch with the bat.
10 August 2015
Let's remember Clarke for his great career - James Sutherland
Cricket Australia Chief Executive James Sutherland congratulated Michael Clarke by stating that his retirement is a small moment in an otherwise great career.
9 August 2015
Michael Clarke announces retirement following Ashes defeat
Australian captain Michael Clarke has announced his retirement from international cricket on Saturday after his side lost the Ashes to England following an innings defeat at Trent Bridge.
8 August 2015
We can still save The Ashes - Michael Clarke
Australian captain Michael Clarke believes that his side can still bounce back in the ongoing Trent Bridge Test to save the urn from going England's way.
7 August 2015
To question my hunger kills me - Michael Clarke
Australian captain Michael Clarke, who has been struggling for runs in the ongoing Ashes, came down strongly on his critics by saying that his hunger for the game remains as strong as ever.
5 August 2015
Anderson injury can be turning point - Clarke
Australian captain Michael Clarke reckons that the injury to England's pace spearhead James Anderson could be pivotal to the visitors' fortunes as they try to stage a recovery in the ongoing Ashes series.
3 August 2015
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