Greig will be remembered for pioneering World Series Cricket

The tributes presented a wide range of personifications.
To those who knew him, played with and against him and worked alongside him, Tony Greig was, at one and the same time, ‘combative’, ‘controversial’, ‘spirited’, ‘knowledgeable’, ‘opinionated’, ‘entertaining’, ‘self-confident’.

Sir Ian Botham called him a ‘cricket revolutionary’. Sir Garry Sobers described him as “the kind of cricketer  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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