Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff is one of the most exciting cricketers in the world and has improved out of all recognition during the last two years. In 2003, he was England's best player at the World Cup. Then, explosively, he lit up the second half of the summer in 2004, lifting spirits at Lord's with a bat-smashing 142. He walked off with the England man of the series award and averages to flaunt. This book marks his story so far in his own words, taking us up to and including the summer of 2005, during which Flintoff has performed heroics with both bat and ball against Australia. Freddie will highlight the moments and matches in his career that helped him dramatically on his way forward, and reveals what it is like to play for one of the most successful England cricket teams in history.
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
Number of pages: 368
Weight: 274 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 23 mm
'Freddie's book will knock those currently in the bestsellers' list for six.' * Daily Telegraph *
'"Being Freddie" is a good enjoyable read...' * Leatherhead Advertiser *
'If ever a book demonstrated the single-mindedness needed to be a successful sportsperson, Andrew Flintoff's memoir is it.' * The Times *