The name alone has raised the spirits of a nation and struck terror into opponents. Now Ian Botham describes the triumphs, achievements and setbacks of his remarkable career.
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Ian Botham. The name alone has raised the spirits of a nation, struck terror into opponents, and sold countless millions of newspapers. Now, in his keenly-awaited autobiography, the man himself vividly describes the triumphs, achievements and the setbacks of a remarkable career.
By his own admission Ian Botham played hard both on and off the field. He always made the headlines, whether as a strike bowler and fearsome batsman, or as the scourge of the establishment and the target of the tabloids.
Now, with a flourishing career outside of sport, he has taken this opportunity to put the record straight. Ian Botham’s autobiography is a frank, hugely entertaining testimony to that rarest of modern phenomena – a genuine hero.