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The Botham report - Ian Botham

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Title
The Botham report
Author
Ian Botham
format
Hardback
Publisher
Willow
Language
English
UK Publication Date
19970901

Controversial, hard-hitting, and thought provoking. In The Botham Report, the man who for nearly two decades thrilled cricket fans all over the world, gives his forthright answer to the question: "What is wrong with English cricket?"

Botham is heavily critical of the TCCB and the way in which the England team regressed during years of mismanagement. He reviews events both at home on the county scene and abroad and, in his new role as technical advisor, he gives a firsthand account of the 1997 summer battle for the Ashes.

Looking ahead, Botham outlines his ten-point plan for the future structure of English cricket, involving major issues like the pay of county cricketers and a two-way tier county championship, and the reports on the results of a questionaire sent to the chairman, chief executive and captain of every county assessing what is wrong with the game in this country.

A new chapter for this paperback edition highlights the progress English cricket has made since Botham's involvement, as reflected in the team's performance on the 1997/98 winter tour to the West Indies.

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Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Cricket - England.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
288

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