David Lloyd: The Autobiography:: The Autobiography - Anything But Murder Summary
Writing from a position of intimate knowledge as coach to the England team for three years, Lloyd offers his often outspoken views on why English cricket is at its lowest ebb. His was not a smooth or straightforward assignment. He clashed repeatedly with the counties in his efforts to change the structure of the game, he was hounded by the press, and he was severely reprimanded more than once by the England Cricket Board over his passionate outbursts in defence of his team. Accounts of these political battles alongside his remarkable frankness about key personnel - Phil Tufnell, Andy Caddick, Nasser Hussain and Graham Thrope to name a few - provide a fascinating and at times damning picture of the strengths and weaknesses of cricket in this country. Now as he contemplates a future in television commentary, all the stories that could never be told while he was in the England job are revealed once and for all. The volume contains Lloyd's often controversial opinions on a host of England players, past and present and an updated chapter includes the series against Zimbabwe and West Indies, and the winter tour to Australia.
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