An Australian newspaper has banned the name 'Stuart Broad' replacing it with 'Stuart Fraud' after the Ashes controversy last summer.
The third Ashes Test begins today in Manchester, but can the Midlands men win it for England?
Ahead of the fourth day of the first Ashes Test at Trent Bridge, the hopes of England lie with their men from the Midlands.
Marcus Trescothick believes England batsman Jonathan Trott "definitely" made the correct decision to leave the Ashes tour with a stress-related illness on Monday.
Trott has been struggling with an ongoing battle with the stress-related illness for some time and announced he was taking a break from cricket for the "foreseeable future".
Trescothick admitted he can sympathise with Trott as he left the 2005-06 India tour and the 2006-07 Ashes tour of Australia due to a similar situation.
"You just can't take any more, you just can't get through the day let alone go out there and play a Test match and win a Test match. I sympathise with Trotty," Trescothick told Sky Sports.
The former England batsman believes the atmosphere during an Ashes series in Australia can bring an enormous amount of pressure and scrutiny:
"It's a very, very hostile environment in Australia when the whole of the country is battering you left, right and centre."
Sad news, hope trotty is ok.
Feeling for Jonathan Trott. I hope he and his family are left alone by all media & he's able to recover quickly & return to the Eng team !
Hope Jonathan Trott gets well soon. Fine, fine player.
Former England cricketer Marcus Trescothick has said there should not be too much emphasis on the reasons why Jonathan Trott has left the Ashes tour, insisting there should be a focus on Trott's well-being instead.
Let's not start pointing to many fingers at the reason why and how, let's just think about the man in the mist of it all
It was announced this morning that Trott had left the Ashes tour of Australia with a stress-related illness.
Trescothick left a tour of India in 2006 with a stress-related illness.
Jonathan Trott's decision to return home from the Ashes were not influenced by David Warner's comments that his display was "poor and weak".
Australia's David Warner described Jonathan Trott as "poor and weak" after the batsman struggled against the bowling of Mitchell Johnson in the opening Ashes Test.
When asked if Warner's comments had had a direct influence on Trott's exit, Andy Flower said: "That would be inaccurate. As I said earlier, Jonathan has been struggling with this condition for quite a while and has managed it very successfully but we've been on tour for about a month.
"He's had his ups and downs through that month and it is not directly related to that."
However, Flower did describe the comments as "disrespectful".
Jonathan Trott needs "time, support and space" to recover from his stress-related condition, the Managing Director of England Cricket has said.
“Jonathan Trott is an incredibly talented cricketer who has proven himself time and again for England. The cricket side of things is unimportant now, all that matters is that Jonathan is given the time, support and space he needs to recover," Hugh Morris said.
"We fully support his decision to leave the tour and the ECB will provide all the assistance we can to help Jonathan and his family through this period. Jonathan has asked for privacy while he recovers and I would urge everyone to respect that.”
England batsman Jonathan Trott has been suffering with a stress-related illness for some time, England team director Andy Flower has revealed.
"Trotty has been suffering from a stress-related condition for quite a while," he told a press conference televised by Sky Sports News.
"He's always managed it very successfully and he's been a brilliant international batsman for England and hopefully will continue to be a brilliant international batsman for England in the future.
"But he needs time away from this environment for a while, he needs time with his family, he needs time to reassess and spend some time with his family.
"This isn't the type of environment for that type of rest and recuperation that he requires."
Jonathan Trott has said he needs a break from cricket to focus on his recovery from a stress-related illness, as it was revealed the batsman will play no further part in the Ashes tour.
"I don’t feel it's right that I'm playing knowing that I'm not 100 percent and I cannot currently operate at the level I have done in the past", Trott said in a statement.
"My priority now is to take a break from cricket so that I can focus on my recovery".
"I want to wish my team mates all the very best for the remainder of the tour”.
England and Warwickshire all-rounder, Jonathan Trott, has left England's tour of Australia with a stress-related illness, the England and Wales Cricket Board has announced
England's cricketers have hailed Stuart Broad's performance on the opening day of the Ashes test.
Broad responded to a hostile reception from home fans at the Gabba with a five-star performance to give England the upper hand.
My original and the 4 that followed.. So proud & I cannot thank everyone enough for your wonderful… http://t.co/dsa2czl8AA
Hats off to @stuartbroad8 for taking five on that day 1 pitch. Great support from the barmy army as ever, amazing motivation from the locals
Following the close of play, the 22-year-old walked into his post-match press conference clutching a copy of the Courier-Mail - the paper which vowed to refer to the bowler as 'Stuart Fraud' for the duration of the Ashes.
England bowler Stuart Broad has walked into his post-match press conference with a copy of the paper that banned his name, after his bowling heroics helped England get off to a strong start in the opening Ashes test.
The Courier-Mail vowed to refer to the bowler as 'Stuart Fraud' for the duration of the Ashes after a controversial decision during the previous series.
After taking five wickets on the opening day of the test in Brisbane, Broad entered the press room after the close of play casually clutching a copy of the paper.