Talking Cricket

    Talking Cricket  (English, HC, ESPN Cricinfo)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: HC
    • Publisher: The Walt Disney Company (India) Private Limited
    • ISBN: 9789382656142, 9382656146
    • Edition: 2013
    • Pages: 292
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    Talking Cricket presents the best long-form interviews from Wisden Asia Cricket and Cricinfo magazines and the ESPNcricinfo website over the last ten years.

    Summary of the Book

    The interviews brought together in this book feature some of the greatest players from across eons. Some of them are Frank Tyson, Garry Sobers, Barry Richards, Ian Chappell, Virender Sehwag, Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis, Mark Taylor, Nasser Hussain, MAK Pataudi and Mahela Jayawardene. The 22 cricketers included in this volume share their insights and wisdoms, along with intriguing anecdotes and humour from the game’s different crafts, including batting, bowling, captaincy, and fielding. Talking Cricket is not a book to miss if you are an ardent admirer of the game.

    About ESPNcricinfo

    ESPNcricinfo maintains the game’s most extensive and the most authoritative database, with details of thousands of international and domestic players, officials and administrators. It also includes information about thousands of matches. It also runs its own global news operation. Its news and match coverage are complemented by comments, interviews, features, blogs and multimedia content. The strength of its journalism has given ESPNcricinfo the status of cricket’s leading global voice – one that is followed by players, fans and administrators alike.

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      • 2013
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    A great exploration of cricket

    I have been a Cricinfo reader for many years, and body of cricket literature the site has put together over the years is astounding. And now they have started putting them together as books and every cricket fan should be grateful for it.

    Talking Cricket is a real pleasure. It is an amazing collection of interviews conducted with the some of the greatest players of the game over a period of time and each interview gives you great insights. I loved ones with Martin Crowe and Virender Sehwag ...
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    Santosh Desai

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    31 Jan, 2013

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    Just too good

    Buy it if you are a cricket lover....IT has Interviews on all aspects of this great sport by the greatest who have played this sport.....They have explained everything with the best editors of espncricinfo.....Must BUY!!!!!!!!!!
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    Prasoon Raj Mahto

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    interviews collection

    this book contain interviews of legends of cricket which were taken by espn cricinfo and so it very gud book if u are a die hard fan of cricket and want to look with a expertise eye and legends view about game and want to know some intresting and untold memorable story of the game then you should buy this
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    Ankit Talan

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    7 Mar, 2014

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    Nice but below expectations

    Was really excited when this book was launched. But it was below my expectations..Or maybe as I have been following espncricinfo for a long time, maybe my expectations were too much.
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    Maverick

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    11 Nov, 2013

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    Talking Cricket: A must read for all Cricket lovers

    This is a must read book for all those who love Cricket. Its a collection of interviews by Cricinfo with some of the greats of the game. It has got people right from Sir Gary Sobers to Virender Sehwag and one can notice while reading only that the game has changed! Nice to know the different perspective of different people on the game.All the interviews are superb. But if I have to select top 5, it would be conversation with Ian Chappell, Micheal Holding,Pataudi, Nasser Hussain and Jonty Rhodes.
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    Ronak Vora

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    21 Jun, 2013

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    Good Collection

    The book contains thoughts of some great cricketers and umpires.
    The book is great to read if you are a cricket lover and want to know the views of great players about the cricket.

    What quality each player had different from another.

    My favorite is : Interview of Simon Taufel

    The way he changed the standard of umpiring in cricket is simply great.
    Great to have this book.
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    Sagar

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    13 May, 2013

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    A Top Class Collection of Classic Interviews

    You are in for a treat if you are a cricket lover. Classic interviews from 12 of the all time greats talking about the different aspects of the game. All the conversations are great and gives you deep insight to the game, your knowledge on cricket is sure to increase after finishing this book. My personal favourites are Ian Chappell's and Mark Taylor's conversations. Top class stuff.
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    1 Mar, 2013

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