This is an old article, written by Haigh in 2001 for the Guardian between the third test at Trent Bridge (where Australia had yet again won the Ashes) and the fourth test at Headingley (where England won, but it didn't matter so much).
It talks about a team at the top of their game, indeed at the top of the world (the cricket world at least); they were extremely confident in their ability and in their experience and were united beneath a fantastic captain (God knows, I still worship the man).
I think it is a good article to remind Australians, in this difficult time, that we are currently in a rebuilding phase, but if we have faith and patience (and the strength to smack the occasional obnoxious English cricket "fan") we can get to this point again:
And who would dare argue with Gideon? He was brought up in Geelong and is probably a Cats supporter (carn the mighty Cats!!)