Cricket as I See It

Cricket as I See It

2015 | ISBN: 1760111805 | English | 320 pages | EPUB | 4 MB

Allan Border is an elder statesman of Australian cricket. In the 20 years since he retired as captain he's been one of the game's closest and most astute observers. His views on cricket-based on his experiences as a player, a captain, a selector, and a commentator-are fascinating, forthright, and informed by more than three decades of involvement at the game's highest level. In this book, he gives us his thoughts and opinions on some of the most important events in Australian and world cricket. From the infamous "Monkeygate" saga, to the dumping of Steve Waugh as one-day captain, the rise of India as the dominant power in world cricket, Twenty20, Darren Lehmann's success as coach, and the Australian way of sledging, this book gives us Border's views on the game he loves.


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