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New book out this week

Posted on | September 9, 2014 | 4 Comments

The Corridor of Certainty

By Geoffrey Boycott

After a period of his life when a court case and then throat cancer threatened first his career and then his life, Geoffrey Boycott re-emerged as an apparently changed man – but how true had the caricatured image of him as an archetypal Yorkshireman ever really been? In this fascinating new book, his first autobiographical work for more than 15 years, Boycott not only relives his terrifying battle with cancer but also opens up about the personal side of his life as never before, writing movingly about his long-time love Rachael, and their daughter Emma. He talks about his many other interests and friendships beyond cricket, with a moving chapter on Brian Clough as well as revealing some surprising enthusiasms: Boycott and Katy Perry? See more 


Modern pitches leave our batsmen in a spin

Posted on | September 2, 2014 | 1 Comment

Modern pitches leave England batsmen in a spin

Alastair Cook’s side have few spinners coming through and a lack of players who can perform effectively when the ball turns Read more


India did not provide a real test

Posted on | August 20, 2014 | 1 Comment

England played well, but India did not provide true test

There were lots of positives for England but they will need to play much better against Australia next year Read more


England must address three urgent problems

Posted on | August 13, 2014 | 1 Comment

England must not get carried away – there are three big areas they need to improve

England’s revival has been brilliant, but Sam Robson, the back-up bowling and the ability to play the short ball remain concerns Read more


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  • About

    Geoffrey Boycott was a leading light in English cricket for a quarter of a century making over 48,000 runs and scoring 151 hundreds in an often controversial career with Yorkshire and England. After his distinguished peformances on the field he faced the biggest battle of his life – against cancer. He recovered to become an outspoken commentator on the game, his trenchant views on all aspects of cricket at home and abroad highly respected.