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Botham

£4.99

Product description

These memoirs are of Ian Botham - cricket all-rounder and match-winner, charity fund-raiser, pantomime star and television celebrity.;Ian Botham's autobiography charts the rise of cricket's most charismatic player - from his early years at Somerset, his Test debut and overseas tours to captaining England, and finally to Worcestershire and Durham via Queensland.;The book relives all the magic moments on the field, as well as recounting the notorious incidents off the field, such as the New Year's Eve drugs' arrest, his disenchantment with the press, alleged marital infidelities, his often contentious views on cricket's establishment, and much else besides.

Item details

Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0002183161
ISBN-13:
9780002183161
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
CollinsWillow

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These memoirs are of Ian Botham - cricket all-rounder and match-winner, charity fund-raiser, pantomime star and television celebrity.;Ian Botham's autobiography charts the rise of cricket's most charismatic player - from his early years at Somerset, his Test debut and overseas tours to captaining England, and finally to Worcestershire and Durham via Queensland.;The book relives all the magic moments on the field, as well as recounting the notorious incidents off the field, such as the New Year's Eve drugs' arrest, his disenchantment with the press, alleged marital infidelities, his often contentious views on cricket's establishment, and much else besides.

Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0002183161
ISBN-13:
9780002183161
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
CollinsWillow

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