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ISBN: 1847378161
Author: Mike Atherton
Language: English
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd (September 1, 2009)
Pages: 256
Category: Other Team Sports
Subcategory: Outdoors
Rating: 4.1
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Size Fb2: 1286 kb
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Atherton's Ashes book. I don't read much on sport but was intrigued with the careful craft of former England skipper Mike Atherton's take on the 2009 Ashes series

Atherton's Ashes book. A compelling and insightful insider's perspective on the thrilling. I don't read much on sport but was intrigued with the careful craft of former England skipper Mike Atherton's take on the 2009 Ashes series. The book brings together his thoughts and observations on each of the five matches: the build up to each game, the balance of play and key moments. What is especially good is both teams were fairly equally balanced, so it came down to confidence and the ability to take the game away from the other team.

As a player, he won 115 caps for England, leading his country on a record 54 occasions

As a player, he won 115 caps for England, leading his country on a record 54 occasions. An excellent book, written by a man who has been there, knows what it is like to face the might of Australia, and to try to beat them at cricket.

With Australia having lost their invincible aura and an improving England side having home advantage, the 2009 Ashes series was always likely to be a gripping. Mass Market Paperback Paperback Hardcover Mass Market Paperback Paperback Hardcover.

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Michael Andrew Atherton OBE (born 23 March 1968) is a broadcaster, journalist and a former England international first-class cricketer. A right-handed opening batsman for Lancashire and England, and occasional leg-break bowler, he achieved the captaincy of England at the age of 25 and led the side in a record 54 Test matches.

Michael Atherton's last Ashes series was in England in 2001, where Australia won the series 4-.

Michael Atherton's last Ashes series was in England in 2001, where Australia won the series 4-1. Related Questions. Asked in Cricket (Sport), English Cricket. Who was the last England captain to win the Ashes in Australia? Mike Gatting was the last England captain to win the Ashes in Australia. Mike gatting Mike gatting. Who was captain when England last won the ashes in Australia? Mike Gatting was the captain of England when they last won the Ashes in Australia in 1986-87. Asked in Celebrity Births Deaths and Ages.

With Australia having lost their invincible aura and an improving England side having home advantage, the 2009 Ashes series was always likely to be a gripping contest. And with the hero of 2005, Andrew Flintoff, announcing this was to be his swansong, the level of interest reached fever point. Watching on throughout, with a calm, insightful eye was former England captain Mike Atherton, whose reports on the Ashes series in The Times were required reading for all fans of the sport. Having played in seven Ashes series himself, he understands precisely the unique pressures of cricket's longest and most intense international rivalry. In Atherton's Ashes, he provides his day-by-day account of how the fortunes of both sides fluctuated throughout a terrific summer of cricket. He analyses the key turning points for each team and reveals the vital technical issues that can make or break a player in such high-pressure scenarios. He explains how the decisions of the captains, Andrew Strauss and Ricky Ponting, helped shape events and brings vividly to life the best of the action. Atherton's Ashes is sure to be the definitive word on the brilliant 2009 series, where the outcome hung in the balance until the final Test.

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