Chappelli Speaks Out

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Allen & Unwin, 2005 - Cricket - 258 pages
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;Based on interviews by Ashley Mallett with Ian Chappell, this book presents Ian Chappell's reflections on his career, players he played with and against, and on current and past cricketing issues.
 

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Contents

Preface
1
Two Fearless at the wicket
15
Three Born leader
43
The defining tour
61
Five Ashes to Ashes
83
A year to remember
111
Severi Duelling with Bradman and Botham
131
Eight World Series Cricket
143
Nine Caribbean crisis
159
Ten Last hurrah
177
Eleven Tampa and the 1868 Australians
193
Twelve Heroes have heroes too
205
Thirteen Steve Waugh
223
Fourteen The mellowing
237
Bibliography
253
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About the author (2005)

Ashley Mallett's cricket ambition was to take 100 Test wickets, a feat he achieved in his twenty-third Test for Australia, and one shared with Shane Warne and Graham McKenzie. During Ian Chappell's reign as Test captain, Ashely became a complete bowler and is generally regarded as Australia's best exponent of spin bowling. He provided Chappelli with a reliable and steady foil at one end to the likes of Lillee and Thomson during the famous 1973-Ashes series. Ashley now runs Spin Australia, an international spin bowling coaching program, and works regularly with the likes of Australia's Dan Cullen, England's Gareth Batty and New Zealand's Daniel Vettori. He is also author of twenty-three books.

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