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The Tonk: Clarke won't be heard or seen, at least in Australia

The Tonk: Clarke won't be heard or seen, at least in Australia

Michael Clarke can still create a headline, which makes it all the more puzzling why he did not land a gig in Australia's expanded cricket media landscape.

  • by Andrew Wu & Christian Nicolussi

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'Not going to win s--t': Clarke slams Australia's nice-guy attitude
Test cricket

'Not going to win s--t': Clarke slams Australia's nice-guy attitude

As Australia's players vow to improve behaviour, Michael Clarke fired a broadside at the team, saying "we're not going to win shit" if they worried about their image.

  • by Andrew Wu
Social Seen: All eyes on Emily Ratajkowski in Sydney
Red carpet

Social Seen: All eyes on Emily Ratajkowski in Sydney

The American model picked up an award at an event sponsored by a perfume brand for which she works. Such luck!

  • by Amy Croffey
Batting on: Liquidators have Spartan on the back foot
Investigation
Michael Clarke

Batting on: Liquidators have Spartan on the back foot

The high-flyer who makes bats for Michael Clarke and David Warner is facing allegations his companies have behaved inappropriately.

  • by Sarah Danckert & Andrew Wu
'Squandering his reputation': Michael Clarke savaged for endorsing Australian crypto company
Bitcoin

'Squandering his reputation': Michael Clarke savaged for endorsing Australian crypto company

Michael Clarke is going into bat for an Australian cryptocurrency trading exchange - and critics aren't happy.

  • by Simon Thomsen
Cricket's new landscape leaves former greats in commentary limbo
Test cricket

Cricket's new landscape leaves former greats in commentary limbo

Channel Nine's commentators face uncertain futures under cricket's new TV deal.

  • by Andrew Wu
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Michael Clarke's comeback suggestion should be hit for six
Opinion
Ball tampering

Michael Clarke's comeback suggestion should be hit for six

Michael Clarke's suggestion that he is open to returning to the Test side is delusional, ridiculous and, as has been noted on social media, perhaps sad.

  • by Jon Pierik