Michael Vaughan believes England have to manage James Anderson’s inevitable retirement 

Former England captain Michael Vaughan believes that managing life after James Anderson will be crucial to the team’s future in red-ball cricket. Vaughan has identified it as a significant challenge for Joe Root as England aim to revive the Test side after their drubbing in the Ashes.

While Anderson performs consistently in Test cricket, even at 39, he is unlikely to play for a long time. The right-arm seamer has been one of England’s few bright spots in their ongoing Ashes tour….

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