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Wisden 2001 records a year when the scandal of match-fixing rocked cricket's very core: Mihir Bose, the Daily Telegraph's award-winning columnist, examines the naming and shaming of South Africa's captain, Hansie Cronje, by looking beyond the headlines to the cultural, economic and political interests in the power-struggle to control international cricket. Michael Henderson jumps into the "county v country" debate as he asks "Whose Game Is It Anyway?"; Scyld Berry wonders how non-English coaches get the best out of English ...