Paul Collingwood is natural athlete, with a happy-go-lucky temperament, Paul Collingwood's appointment as England's one-day captain in 2007 was reward for six years of uncomplaining professionalism, in which time he fought his way through a melee of seemingly more talented opponents to make himself indispensable in both forms of the game.He is the current England Twenty20 captain. An all-rounder, Collingwood is a tenacious player and natural stroke-maker.He is a player in the classical mould and plays his shots with a straight bat.He was born in May 26, 1976, Shotley Bridge, Co Durham.His bowling verges towards the dibbly-dobbly, but given the right conditions he can be irresistible, as he proved with a matchwinning display of swing bowling in the third one-day game against New Zealand in 2001-02.He duly won the prestigious Jack Ryder Medal, and came close to making an Ashes debut at Perth in 2002-03. However, despite his late role in the 2005 Ashes he still seemed destined to be a fill-in player. Find Paul Collingwood profile and stats of batting, bowling and fielding including latest updated news of Paul Collingwood, videos and images at Hamariweb.com. Also find detail Player profile and career statistics of Paul Collingwood of England.