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"Back-up bowlers might come unstuck when they have to use their passports" : Ian Pont

In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, the renowned Fast Bowling Coach writes about the strengths and weaknesses of England's pace bowling unit and what they need to work on to further enhance their reputation.

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"Time For A Local, Not A High Profile Mistake"

Bangladesh's inability to progress in World Cricket after 14 years of competing at the highest level is the subject of the latest blog from Ian Pont.

 

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Moores Rehashed As ECB Plan For 'New Era'

In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, pace bowling coach Ian Pont looks at the ECB's decision to re-appoint Peter Moores as head coach and the implications his appointment may have for English cricket.

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From Maverick To Mainstream?

In his latest entry to his exclusive blog on PakPassion.net, pace bowling coach, Ian Pont, talks us through his struggle to revolutionize the concept of coaching for fast bowlers.

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Steyn vs Johnson - The Shootout

In his latest blog, Ian Pont compares the two potent fast bowlers and highlights why they have been so successful in recent times.

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"Much wrong with how England has gone about their cricket" : Ian Pont

In his latest blog for PakPassion, pace bowling coach Ian Pont looks at what went wrong for England as they suffered a whitewash in Australia. Pont analyses the squad selection, team selection, the tactics employed by the England think tank and also suggests what the fallout from such a thrashing could be.

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