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  • Title: Shane Warne My Own Story
  • Author: Shane Warne Mark Ray
  • ISBN: 9781840430004
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Paperback

  • With 356 wickets taken in 82 tests since his debut in 1991, Shane Warne is arguably the greatest spinner of all time By the end of 1996, he had dismissed Gooch, Atherton, Stewart, and Thorpe England s leading batsmen six times each In this insightful autobiography, Warne discusses his early ambitions and offers a colorful account of the various series in which he hasWith 356 wickets taken in 82 tests since his debut in 1991, Shane Warne is arguably the greatest spinner of all time By the end of 1996, he had dismissed Gooch, Atherton, Stewart, and Thorpe England s leading batsmen six times each In this insightful autobiography, Warne discusses his early ambitions and offers a colorful account of the various series in which he has been involved He offers his personal views on sportsmanship and provides his thoughts on captaincy and the leg spinners he respects most His fascination with gambling and the conflict between his public persona and private life are also discussed Honest and intriguing, this account is a must have for cricket fans.
    Shane Warne Mark Ray
    Shane Keith Warne is a former Australian international cricketer widely regarded as one of the greatest bowlers in the history of the game 1 In 2000, he was selected by a panel of cricket experts as one of the five Wisden Cricketers of the Century, the only specialist bowler selected in the quintet and the only one still playing at the time He is also a cricket commentator and a professional poker player.


    Commentaires:

    Grant Trevarthen
    In the sport of professional Cricket, there are many colorful & controversial characters. In recent years, there has been one in particular fits both of these criteria. He is Mr Shane Keith Warne, who will go down as one of the best Bowlers of any genre, of all time. With his chosen Leg-spin bowling he has taken 708 Test wickets, 2nd only to Sri lankas Muttiah Muralitheran. He also has 3000 runs. For this he deserves to be admired, but through all the fame, I think he has lost his way. His p [...]

    Gerry
    Shane Warne writes about his early years and influences and expresses his hopes for the future (now. 14 years later, well and truly fulfilled).Ian Chappell had a big influence on him as did his first Australian captain Allan Border and he learnt much from the Australian Academy.He also mentions his penchant for a beer after the game and a little bet (not on the cricket!) on the side. Plenty of stories about his team-mates abound and it is an easy and enjoyable read.

    • Free Read [Chick Lit Book] ✓ Shane Warne My Own Story - by Shane Warne Mark Ray á
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