Barney Ronay: The first day at The Gabba rarely fails to set the agenda for an Ashes series, though England's problems have often been self-inflicted
Leading golf administrator Ken Schofield has been recruited by English cricket to oversee the review into the team's thrashing in Australia.
The recall of England's natural leader for the upcoming one-day series has echoes of 1981.
Sajid Mahmood: Returning captain Michael Vaughan will not have to pick us up after the Ashes whitewash - morale will be high.
The competitive spirit embodied by Australians from Canberra to Darwin ensures English embarrassment is never far away, says Gideon Haigh.
Michael Vaughan marked his announcement as one-day captain by insisting that England haven't been any good since 1992.
Michael Vaughan will return as England captain for the one-day series, meaning Andrew Flintoff will have to step down.