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By Richard Gibson For Mailonline. Yorkshire's longest-serving player Tim Bresnan has left with immediate effect and is free to seek a move elsewhere.
Bresnan, a multiple Ashes winner and a Twenty20 world champion during an England career of caps, was in the last year of his contract and agreed an amicable split during his annual appraisal earlier this week.
At the age of 35, he believes he has several seasons left in him at county level and wants to continue across all formats. Tim Bresnan has left Yorkshire with immediate effect - bringing to an end a year spell there.
This Covid curtailed season was due to be his 20th as a first-team player at Headingley, having made his one-day debut back in , and the chance for a fresh start with another county coincides with the emergence of a couple of young all-rounders in Jordan Thompson and Matthew Waite.
I got an opportunity when I was young and the only way you find out about players is letting them play. If we do end up playing any cricket this year, it would be a great chance to do so.
I had been getting autographs of people like Darren Gough, Chris Silverwood and Gavin Hamilton at one-day league matches just a year or two earlier.
To add to his international achievements - he finished on the winning side in the first 13 Tests in which he featured, was part of the team that defeated Australia in the Ashes and also the Twenty20 - his efforts in trying to keep the Championship hat-trick alive in the dwindling hours of the season have gone down in Yorkshire folklore.
Shepherding the tail, he struck an unbeaten at Lord's to guide the visitors to the bonus points required to retain ambitions of a third straight Division One title and then struck 55 in vain during the final evening shoot-out as opponents Middlesex stole the crown.
We were a proper team, weren't we? It was lovely to be a part of that,' he reflected. Days with both are now behind a man who has proved popular with team-mates and supporters alike, following the Monday meeting with Martyn Moxon and Mark Arthur, Yorkshire's director of cricket and chief executive respectively.
There were huge expectations when he became one of the youngest players to represent Yorkshire at an age of However, he t Full profile. However, he took his time to hit the straps.
He was called into the England limited overs side in He performed creditably but there was nothing spectacular to make him an automatic selection.
He made his Test debut against West Indies in but failed to impress. He managed to impress this time bowling tirelessly in trying conditions and emerged the most successful fast bowler on either side.
He featured in all of England's games in the World T20 and played a significant part in helping them clinch the title. Earning his spot for the ODI series against Australia that followed soon after, he caught the eye then with some useful contributions lower down the order that helped England win some tight games.
He played in the fourth Test at Melbourne and immediately made a significant contribution by picking up six wickets in the game.
This included a four wicket haul in the second innings. The win meant that England had managed to retain the Ashes. That has been the highlight of his career so far.
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Birmingham Bears v Northamptonshire at Birmingham, Sep 20, scorecard. In the second match of huge tournament he bowled two overs against Ireland, conceding only 5 runs.
He was expensive against Pakistan, bowling four overs for 36 runs, but came back well against South Africa, conceding just 14 runs in the three overs he bowled.
He only took 3 wickets at He guided England to victory against New Zealand with an unbeaten 23 to ensure England qualified for the semi finals.
In the semi finals against Sri Lanka he was expensive, collecting figures of 1— In the final against Australia, he bowled all four of his overs, conceding 35 runs and not managing to pick up a wicket.
Bresnan only took 3 wickets at In the ODI series against Australia, Bresnan struggled with the ball, taking just 1 wicket in 5 games.
In the first two games he took 0—49 and in the second 0— His only wicket came in the fourth match where he took figures of 1— However, he scored vital runs in England's three victories — 26 in the first game, 12 not out in the second and 14 not out in the third game which England won by just 1 wicket.
His top score of the series came when he hit 34 in the fifth ODI. He was included in the Ashes squad to tour Australia in —, making his first appearance in the series in the fourth Test at the MCG in Melbourne.
In the second innings, he took the top-order wickets of Ricky Ponting , Shane Watson and Michael Hussey before taking the final wicket of Ben Hilfenhaus.
That final wicket saw England win by an innings and runs, take a 2—1 lead in the series and therefore retain the Ashes.
He continued his capable performance in the final Test in Sydney , ably supporting James Anderson and Chris Tremlett as England clinched a 3—1 series win in dominating fashion.
An injury to his calf forced Bresnan out of the series with Australia, however he returned to the squad for the World Cup , held in February to April.
He took 1—49 as England got of to a winning start against the Netherlands. He bowled 8 overs for just 27 runs as England beat South Africa by six runs.
He again bowled economically against Bangladesh, taking figures of 1—35 in his ten overs. He was expensive against the West Indies, bowling his seven overs for 46 runs and failing to pick up a wicket.
England left the competition at the quarter final stage, with Bresnan not picking up a wicket and conceding 40 runs in his eight overs.
The English cricket season began in April. Bresnan suffered a recurrence of his calf injury and as a result was ruled out of England's three-match Test series against Sri Lanka.
His return to fitness saw Bresnan pressuring the out of form Stuart Broad for the all-rounder's berth in the Test team,  however it was an injury to seamer Chris Tremlett ahead of the second Test that allowed Bresnan back into the side for the first time since the Ashes.
In the final match of the series he took 3—54 to consolidate his place as England's third seamer and help the team win the series 4—0.
Bresnan also played in all of the ODIs hosted in England. In the first game he took figures of 2—54 and followed this up with figures of 3—43 in the second match.
In the third ODI he bowled economically, taking 1—32 from ten overs as England wrapped up the series 3—0.
He remained wicket less in the final two matches of the series, although England still went on to win the series 5—0 to complete a memorable summer.
England slumped to a 5—0 defeat. In the first match he scored just four runs and remained wicket less. In the second match he picked up two wickets but again struggled with the bat.
In the third match he did not bat but picked up figures of 2—62, although these came of 7. He made 45, his top score of the series in the fourth match but failed to take a wicket.
In the final match of the series he bowled economically, picking up figures of 1—36 in 9 overs. During this whitewash Bresnan suffered problems with his elbow.
He subsequently underwent surgery to remove a bone fragment from his elbow. Though included in England's touring party in January for the Test series against Pakistan in the UAE Bresnan did not recover from his surgery in time to take part in the series,  but did play in one of the five ODIs that followed the Tests.
After missing the first match, Bresnan played in the second at the expense of spin bowler Monty Panesar ;  England won the match to draw the series 1—1,  protecting their status in the ICC Test Championship as the best team in the world.
He picked up 2—47 in the first innings and then took 1—24 in the second, although he only made 5 runs with the bat.
Bresnan was selected as the first seamer for the opening test against the West Indies, but he suffered disappointment, ending the match with just the one wicket.