If Not Me, Who? The Story of Tony Greig The Reluctant Rebel


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In March 1977, England cricket captain Tony Greig was arguably the most famous and popular sportsman in the country, and the best all-rounder in world cricket. He had recently led England to a famous series victory in India, her first successful campaign on the subcontinent since the Second World War. Then he had conjured a doughty performance from his travel-weary troops in the dramatic, one-off Centenary Test in Melbourne, narrowly losing by 45 runs. Within weeks, though, his reputation was in tatters. He was branded a traitor and mercenary, stripped of the England captaincy and excluded from the national side. He was also relieved of the Sussex captaincy and banned from first-class cricket for eight weeks. His involvement in the controversial Packer Revolution' had caused his fall from grace. Soon afterwards, he left England for good for a commentary career in Australia. At 6ft 7in, Greig was a giant of the game both figuratively and literally. His life story is every bit as fascinating as the controversy that engulfed him.


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  • : 9781785316418
  • : Pitch Publishing (Brighton) Limited
  • : Pitch Publishing (Brighton) Limited
  • : July 2020
  • : --- length: - '9.5' width: - '6.25' units: - Inches
  • : books

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  • : Hardback
  • : English
  • : 796.358092
  • : 384
  • : BGS