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Whitewash to whitewash : Australian cricket's years of struggle and summer of riches
Whitewash to whitewash : Australian cricket's years of struggle and summer of riches
Brettig, Daniel2015
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Watching Warne, McGrath and Langer leave the field for the last time after the 2007 Ashes whitewash, Michael Hussey knew that life was going to get tough for the Australian cricket side. With these stars retiring and more to follow, he wondered how the team could ever recover. This is the inside story of how it did.
Imprint:
[Scoresby, Vic.] : Viking / Penguin, 2015
Collation:
xii, 306 pages, eight unnumbered pages of plates : colour illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 300-303)
Contents:
Preface -- There's 1200 Wickets Out the Door -- The Revolution Televised -- Monkeygate I -- Monkeygate II -- The Crown Slips -- Clarke/Katich -- A False Dawn -- Losing the Ashes -- The Summer of Our Kidding Ourselves -- A House Divided -- Turkeys at Christmas -- Ninety-eight All Out and All That -- One Cup, Two Captains -- Argus, Before and After -- Just Like Starting Over -- Indian Summer -- Rumblings -- Last Goodbyes -- The Boat -- Mohali -- Trial by Television: the Media Rights -- The Silver Bullet -- Getting Them Back -- As Good as It Gets? -- Epilogue -- Statistics -- Sources -- Acknowledgements.
ISBN:
9780670078424
Dewey class:
796.3580994796.358
Language:
English
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