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The former England captain, 52, told BBC Sport he had been sent a "skeleton job description" of the role. Surrey director of cricket Stewart added: "It would be rude and wrong not to listen. "Then you just sit back and see if you are the right person for the job and whether the ECB thinks you are." The ECB created the new role leading the England team as part of a restructure which followed the departure in April of managing director Paul Downton. Stewart's fellow former England captains Michael Vaughan and Andrew Strauss have also expressed an interest in the position. Asked whether the job is appealing, Stewart said: "Potentially, if everything is flexible. But I am not going to sit here and say I want the job; I am going to do the job." Stewart, who played a record 133 Tests for England, said the ECB "needs to decide what the job is going to look like". He added: "They should then go to the person and say: 'We believe you are the right person for the job. Do you want it?'" Job descriptions have been sent by the ECB to a number of candidates, with an appointment expected to be made by the end of the summer. Also related to this story
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And cars are not designed for life. Car dependency, Gertten says, is a disease for society. If youre dependent on having a car every day, you have lost your freedom. Its very sad. Most people are unhappy in traffic. The people who bike their cities, they become city-lovers. When youre in a car, you dont see the city, you are only watching the road. On a bike, you can see the sky, you can see the trees. People get to know their countries in a different way. The way he describes it, which comes across even more intensely in the film, is not so much a clash between bikes and cars as a battle of love and hate.
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His career-best lifted the Bears to 435 despite Tim Bresnan bagging his first five-wicket haul in three years. Bresnan's 5-85 and James Middlebrook's 3-96 kept Yorkshire in the match, but spinner Jeetan Patel then removed openers Alex Lees and Will Rhodes. Yorkshire dipped to 88-3 before partially recovering to 128-3 at stumps The duel between last season's champions and runners-up is going the way of the latter so far with only Westwood, whose 196 came from 377 balls, with 25 fours, having passed 50. The left-hander's marathon effort finally ended when he fell lbw to off-spinner Middlebrook to provide the 37-year-old with his first wicket since rejoining Yorkshire as emergency spin-bowling cover - and his 50th in first-class cricket for his native county. Badly depleted by England calls and injuries, Yorkshire went into bat requiring 286 to avoid the follow on and reached 41 without loss before Patel trapped Alex Lees lbw for 19 in the last over before tea. Warwickshire then struck twice in seven balls as Will Rhodes (46) chipped Patel to mid-on. Boyd Rankin took the catch and then added a wicket with his second ball, but it was a controversial one as Cheteshwar Pujara was adjudged caught by wicketkeeper Peter McKay who failed to take the ball cleanly, before scooping it up at the second attempt. After conferring, the umpires sent Pujara on his way to loud boos from a section of the crowd.
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