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The Cricketer Magazine June 2012 Back Issue

English 73 Reviews   •  English   •   Sport (Cricket & Golf) Only $7.99
Stuart Broad
England's tallest and blondest talisman on captaincy, batting, winding up umpires, match-fixing, being famous and celebrity girlfriends.

The Game
We kick off a new section aimed at improving your performance. James Anderson tells you how to perfect the bouncer, Paul Collingwood on shepherding the tail and Nasser Hussain's captaincy advice.

Shivnarine Chanderpaul
Cricket's Mr Quiet is also the world's No.1 Test batsman. Shiv finally opens up to us.

Familiar Names
Shakespeare, Dickens, Chris Martin, Einstein … They've all had cricket careers. Seriously. Sort of.
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The Cricketer Magazine

June 2012 Stuart Broad England's tallest and blondest talisman on captaincy, batting, winding up umpires, match-fixing, being famous and celebrity girlfriends. The Game We kick off a new section aimed at improving your performance. James Anderson tells you how to perfect the bouncer, Paul Collingwood on shepherding the tail and Nasser Hussain's captaincy advice. Shivnarine Chanderpaul Cricket's Mr Quiet is also the world's No.1 Test batsman. Shiv finally opens up to us. Familiar Names Shakespeare, Dickens, Chris Martin, Einstein … They've all had cricket careers. Seriously. Sort of.


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The Cricketer Magazine  |  June 2012  


Stuart Broad
England's tallest and blondest talisman on captaincy, batting, winding up umpires, match-fixing, being famous and celebrity girlfriends.

The Game
We kick off a new section aimed at improving your performance. James Anderson tells you how to perfect the bouncer, Paul Collingwood on shepherding the tail and Nasser Hussain's captaincy advice.

Shivnarine Chanderpaul
Cricket's Mr Quiet is also the world's No.1 Test batsman. Shiv finally opens up to us.

Familiar Names
Shakespeare, Dickens, Chris Martin, Einstein … They've all had cricket careers. Seriously. Sort of.
read more read less

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