Question and Answer : Englandxxx
A: You can do both, but you need to know people to interact with them on the service
A: There are no scheduled England tours to Pakistan under the current ICC Future Tours Programme, which extends until spring 2012 at present
A: This facility will be available soon via our Facebook channel - Become a fan of Official England Cricket page on Facebook
A: Anyone who is legally entitled to live and work in the UK is very welcome to apply for any job ECB advertises, subject to any specifics posted against the particular position
A: Yes, within ICC regulations re sponsors. No new kit in immediate future
A: The highlights from the series in Australia are only for UK users, due to rights restrictions. All our previous match highlights are free to air for all users
A: Hi - glad you enjoyed it! We'll let you know of any future plans on the site
A: No one-size-fits-all policy on this - depends on the venue, the occasion, the result etc. Players want to mingle with and reward fans for their support, but not always possible en masse for thousands in some situations
Q: Will Swanny's video diaries be part of the bonus material on the Ashes DVD, or be available anywhere else? Because they are absolutely hilarious! Also are there any posters available of the England cricket team? Thanks!
A: Sorry, no plans to release them on DVD. But they will stay online indefinitely free-to-air. No posters available at present either. sorry!
Q: I notice that a large number of the current England team are not from England. Can you tell me what the regulations are that permit players from various countries, such as Ireland (Eoin Morgan) and South Africa (several players), to represent England, even though it is not their own country? I'd be most delighted if you could cite the relevant sections of the ICB regulations. Thanks.
A: Please see the ICC website for full details of the player eligibility regulations that bind all ICC members.