The highs and lows of England’s captaincy over the years


The article discusses Stuart Pearce’s serene leadership style and Jos Buttler’s leadership. Also, we discuss the calm display of Michael Vaughan, Douglas Jardine, and Stuart Pearce. The two captains have served of England since they first played New Zealand in 2010. We will also look into the captaincy and achievements that were made by Michael Vaughan.

Jos Buttler performs

Jos Buttler is set to replace Eoin Murray, who announced his retirement from international cricket. Buttler is a skilled player playing limited-overs cricket and his team has won the IPL. In the upcoming ODI series and T20 series against India Buttler will play the England captain.

Stuart Pearce is Stuart Pearce’s Captain.

Scott Parker is now the Captain of his team having been there for just two years. Parker would like to make maximum of his role to show his leadership abilities. Pearce was the caretaker manager for England and handed Parker an armband which he wore during a game against Holland. Gerrard, then England’s vice captain, later disclosed the specifics of the choice in the autobiography of his father.

Michael Vaughan’s calmness

The reason he was captain was Michael Vaughan’s calmness in an intense match against Pakistan, which took England to the victory. Vaughan was an integral part of the England in the batting team, while Hussain’s passion for cricket was unstoppable. Vaughan was the captain and proved why they have the most successful captain on earth.

Douglas Jardine is calm

Douglas Jardine had a difficult starting to his captaincy journey. He was a great player at his first test, however His First Class average was less impressive. It was nearly forty-seven and for Tests, his average was nearly forty-eight. He became unpopular in England, and he had only three more Tests. The series was never won. He retired from first-class cricket following the series against India.

Douglas Jardine’s decision-making process

Douglas Jardine’s decision-making process during his time during his time as England captain has drawn much controversy. There was a lot of controversy about Jardine’s conduct during his 1932 Ashes series. Jardine was in the book called “In The Quest for the Ashes” in which he defended his fast-bowling method used during the Ashes series. The controversy, however, has only increased in the years since the controversy first began.

Leah Williamson’s captaincy

Leah Williamson has an extensive sports background. Their parents who are Arsenal fans, are their parents. She was born in Milton Keynes. When she was just nine, when she was accepted into the Arsenal academy. The Arsenal academy has hosted over 100 senior games since. Her ability to read the position of opponents is second to none She is able to intercept the ball without having to be tackled.