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The Cricketers' Who's Who Paperback – Illustrated, 2 Apr 2013
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I think that in 2011 the publishers felt the book was getting "old" and needed to be enlived/changed some way to bring it up to date. The last few years has seen them try and change the book's approach. This year, they're still using a questionnaire, but the questions they are using are different, and talking to my fellow cricket loving friends, many of them agree with me when I say it's less informative, and gives us less colour.
On the plus side, I love the minutiae of players' lives, their nicknames, their heroes and their Desert Island Discs. I've been getting this book since 1983 and it is the perfect vade mecum at any first-class match.
Its format, with all first-class cricketers listed in alphabetical order, helps this publication to double up as an autograph book. It is a handy size, too.
If you watch County Cricket, a copy is a real must.
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Easy to consult and full of stuff you won't find anywhere else.
Constant companion while watching cricket on TV.