By Martin Bicknell
Bickers: The Autobiography of Martin Bicknell is the tale of former Surrey and England speedy bowler Martin Bicknell. Now retired, Martin tells his tale in his personal phrases, and this publication is filled with Martin's critiques at the video game itself, his tale and the britain set-up. competitive, upright and being able to swing the ball either methods, Martin Bicknell is the main underrated commencing bowler in England based on the world's most well liked cricket site Cricinfo. He retired in 2006 yet continues to be actively focused on the sport either as a instructor and a trainer, and this can be a publication for actual cricket lovers.
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Bickers: The Autobiography of Martin Bicknell by Martin Bicknell