In 2003, Andrew Flintoff, the Lancashire all rounder, staked his claim as the most exciting presence in English cricket since Ian Botham. Whether playing in a county game or internationally, 'Freddie' empties the bars as he comes into bat, as no one hits the ball better than he does, while his pacy bowling and brilliance as a fielder confirm his remarkable cricketing skill and versatility. This illustrated book celebrates a tremendous sportsman in great action pictures, private photographs and his own revealing words that explain the difficulties he has overcome to reach the pinnacle of the game. 
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