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Second Innings: My Sporting Life

Second Innings: My Sporting Life Free download ñ 108 Fast bowler six hitter popular hero one of the lads king of the jungle Andrew Flintoff is all of those things In Second Innings his searingly honest yet uplifting autobiography Flintoff reveals unseen surprising sides to his career and personality The restless need to push and challenge himself that led him to take up professional boxing The complex and troubled relationship with discipline alcohol and authority during his exhilarating cricket career The search for an authentic voice as a player free from the blandness and conformity of modern professionalism Is Flintoff the last of his kind in any sport Through all his highs and lows triumphs and reversals this book reveals a central tension There is Fred performer extrovert centre of attention Then there is Andrew reflective withdrawn and uncertain Two people contained in one extraordinary life And sometimes inevitably keeping the two in balance proves too much We are taken backstage seeing the mischief and adventure that has defined Andrew Flintoff's story Above all we observe the enduring power of fun friendship and loyalty the pillars of Flintoff's career At ease with his faults as well as his gifts Andrew Flintoff has sought one thing even than success to be himsel. As a Prestonian i enjoyed this Book goes into Freddies early days in Preston

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Second Innings: My Sporting Life Free download ñ 108 St bowler six hitter popular hero one of the lads king of the jungle Andrew Flintoff is all of those things In Second Innings his searingly honest yet uplifting autobiography Flintoff reveals unseen surprising sides to his career and personality The restless need to push and challenge himself that led him to take up professional boxing The complex and troubled relationship with discipline alcohol and authority during his exhilarating cricket career The search for an authentic voice as a player free from the blandness and conformity of modern professionalism Is Flintoff the last of his kind in any sport Through all his highs and lows triumphs and reversals this book reveals a central tension There is Fred performer extrovert centre of attention Then there is Andrew reflective withdrawn and uncertain Two people contained in one extraordinary life And sometimes inevitably keeping the two in balance proves too much We are taken backstage seeing the mischief and adventure that has defined Andrew Flintoff's story Above all we observe the enduring power of fun friendship and loyalty the pillars of Flintoff's career At ease with his faults as well as his gifts Andrew Flintoff has sought one thing even than success to be himself. Bored rigid The only book I have read recently which was worse was Phil Tufnells Where am I Flintoff s began reasonably well but once it veered into his account of life post first retirement I completely lost interest Perhaps I should have found out about it before buying The clue was obviously Second Innings I presumeIt picked up a bit later on when he had another go at the game but alas like his return it was brief and anonymous To me this book was about trading on his name and gave minimal insight into life as a cricketer In view of the kindle price I suppose it could be viewed as value for money if you are an avid Flintoff fan who will read whatever he writes A lot insightful cricket books on the market