David Collier

  • David Collier to step down as ECB chief executive: reports July 13, 2014

    London: David Collier is set to quit as England and Wales Cricket Board chief executive, according to British media reports. It is understood Collier will step down at the end of the current English season, with an interim appointment likely to be made to help ease the transition. In the 59-year-old's decade...
  • ECB chief backs Andy Flower, Alastair Cook amid Ashes gloom January 4, 2014

    London: The England and Wales Cricket Board's chief executive, David Collier, has backed England team director Andy Flower and captain Alastair Cook despite the looming prospect of an Ashes whitewash. England were left on the brink of a humiliating 5-0 series defeat on Saturday after Australia dominated the second day of...
  • ECB wants IPL to be advanced for its cricketers to take part April 9, 2013

    London: England and Wales Cricket Board has asked the BCCI if the Indian Premier League can be advanced by a month so that its players can take part in the cash-rich Twenty20 tournament, a media report said. According to a report in 'The Times' newspaper, David Collier, the ECB chief executive,...
  • Aus, NZ, Champions Trophy in England in 2013 June 1, 2012

    London: The England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has issued the schedule for visits by New Zealand and Australia as well as the ICC Champions Trophy, which will feature the eight highest-ranked ODI teams calculated six months before the tournament, in 2013. New Zealand will begin a long summer with...
  • ECB sets up anti-corruption team May 31, 2012

    London: The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has set up a new anti-corruption team to monitor domestic one-day matches, said the ECB on Thursday. The seven-strong team of anti-corruption officials, who will have investigative and regulatory experience, will attend televised and non-televised matches from mid-June to the end of August....
  • Simplicity key to success, says Flower December 1, 2011

    London: England coach Andy Flower said there were no "mysterious answers" to success after twice being honoured at the 2011 UK Coaching Awards. The former Zimbabwe batsman was named UK Coach of the Year and High Performance Coach of the Year, having led England to their first Ashes triumph in Australia...