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Is it time for a changing of the guard at WSA?

Under no illusion. Malaysia's seven-time world champ Nicol David (pictured above) and her peers deserve more from WSA to ensure the women's game continues...

Laura Massaro: Spat over money fired me up

Laura Massaro Column - Courtesy of Lancashire Evening Post If becoming the US Open champion wasn’t motivation enough to produce my best squash in Philadelphia...

Why Ramy Ashour’s Story is Yours Too

By SIDDARTH SUCHDE THERE are two names that someone even remotely interested in squash can’t help but hear: Jansher Khan and Ramy Ashour. While the duo...

How Ben became victim of the wannabe Alastair Campbells

By LEE HORTON What’s worse, someone who holds an unpopular view or someone who is denied that view by spin merchants who believe they know...

MILLMAN: Zaman’s courage deserves the world’s support

COMMENT: By RICHARD MILLMAN HAVING had a couple of days to consider the fall out of the sad news that one of the greatest players...

ALAN’S BLOG: Chicago disaster a warning to Philly one million dollar dreams

By ALAN THATCHER This time contracts have been signed. This time the ink is on the deal. This time I believe it might happen. I'm talking...

MILLMAN: Damning verdict on health of world squash

We are not a mainstream sport throughout the world In Australia there is hardly a coach earning a full-time living Administrators are sadly impotent Governing bodies make...

BLOG: How squash gold can change the world

BLOG: How squash gold can change the world By ALAN THATCHER Should squash make its debut in the 2020 Olympic Games, my fervent wish is that...

BLOG: Give me comedy doubles, not a squash lobotomy

First published on June 5, 2012 By ALAN THATCHER I love playing doubles. And that's not just because I'm growing old and slow and need somebody...

BLOG: Does London have a squash legacy?

The success of the 2012 Olympic Games showcased London as a fabulous host city for major sporting events. From a squash perspective, that's something we...

Alan’s Blog: We need to build the numbers up, just like Egypt

Well, the 2011 British Junior Open has come and gone with Emily Whitlock breaking the Egyptian stranglehold on the tournament and winning the girls'...

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