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.
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