Alec Stewart
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"Alec James Stewart" Order of the British Empire/OBE is a retired English cricketer, a right-handed batsman-wicketkeeper and former captain of the England cricket team. He is the most cap (sport)/capped English cricketer of all time in Test cricket/Test matches and 3rd most capped in One Day Internationals, having played in 133 Tests and 170 ODIs.

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If I was Nel I'd be embarrassed. Look in the mirror and ask yourself a few questions.

Alan Butcher is a Surrey man through and through.

It's an American treasure, and we'll take good care of it.

He will come out fighting but if he does retire, I would like to think he will be rewarded with an MBE for services to cricket.

Ask me that again next month, when you're all in Dhaka and I'm in Rome, watching Chelsea playing Lazio! [Asked if he would regret retiring].

This is totally remarkable given the lack of Mr. Cook's specific connection and his decision that the University of Pittsburgh was an appropriate place to steward this American treasure - this undisturbed site.

The amazing thing is that Cook, who had absolutely no connection with the University of Pittsburgh, had decided that we would be good stewards for this treasure.

England have been consistent in the past where if someone has made themselves unavailable for some of the winter, then they have been made unavailable for the whole winter by the selectors.