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The Cricketers' Who's Who 2011

The Cricketers' Who's Who 2011 Edited by Matt Thacker
Foreword by Alastair Cook

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Alastair Cook in his Foreword says: "The Who's Who is an invaluable part of every cricket lover's kit bag - it's the English game's Bible."

According to Cook, "It is a thrilling time for English cricket and an exciting period for the game itself. The final frontier of an Ashes win in Australia has just been achieved. I was immensely proud to be a part of that. For me personally, the series couldn't have gone better and it is truly an honour to slot in behind the great Wally Hammond on the list of English runscorers in an Ashes series."

Matt Thacker has edited The Cricketers' Who's Who competently, making sure that each player has one dedicated page allocated to them or, in the case of the chosen few, two pages. "We have given more information and insight into those players in and around the England set-up, plus a few that we have picked out as especially noteworthy."

As the Sri Lankans and Indians are set to visit England, the cricket enthusiasts would find the details of the probables of both the teams.

Sachin Tendulkar has been paid a rich tribute: "A dream to watch. The Little Master is quite simply the finest batsman of the modern era and incredibly, he appears to have got better with age over a Test career spanning 22 years. The very definition of consistency, the middle-order maestro was named ICC Player of the Year in 2010 after a stunning season."

There is a separate section on the Umpires, who are going to officiate this season in England.

A veritable mine of information - over 700 pages of facts and figures on dozens of present players. The Who's Who now in its 32nd edition has become an indispensable to followers of the county game.

This is a lavish publication worth every penny. Everything about it is excellent - the colour photography, the layout and the clear font.