Should Vaughan try to become "something else"? I'd compare Vaughan with Dravid. Both're the typical examples of the classical batsman, high elbow etc. etc.
Dravid struggled in one-dayers and found himself frequently out of the side while inferior players masquerading as all-rounders kept him on the periphery. But given that he wanted to be part of the one-day unit and India were finding it tough to find a replacement for Mongia as keeper and because he'd kept in a few under-15 games (!!), he volunteered to keep, perhaps as a last resort to be part of the one-day side.
It did wonders for him. He transformed his batting and I wrote briefly about it a couple of years ago after he'd batted superbly in the end stages of an innings. Perhaps he was forced to reinvent himself. Remember, this was the same chap who scored one run in twenty odd balls against _Bangladesh_ in 1997!
Maybe Vaughan should do something similar. I'm sure he can't keep worse than Geraint Jones :) Maybe he should bowl a lot more often. But that'd be tough with a wonky knee.
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