Tony Greig is one of most colourful figures in English cricket history. As a player he stirred up drama and excitement whenever he stepped on the field and as national team captain he was accused of ‘betrayal’ after taking a leading role in the formation of Kerry Packer’s World Series Cricket.
David Tossell’s biography uses extensive research and multiple interviews – including with Greig himself – to examine whether cricket history has been fair to one of England’s most successful all-rounders and if his achievements on the field are condemned to be forever overshadowed by off-field controversy.
Format: 230mm x 156mm
Extent: 256 pages
Category: Cricket, Sport