Brad Hogg.The Wrong 'Un

Hogg Brad

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Cover Type: Softcover
Book Condition: Fine
Jacket Condition: None Issued
Publisher: Nero/Schwartz Publishing P/L
Publisher Place: Carlton, Vic
Publisher Year: 2016
Edition: First Edition

Description: 340 pages. Book appears to have hardly been read and is in Fine condition throughout.

Publishers Description: Cult hero of the Big Bash League, prime drawcard of the Perth Scorchers, IPL champion, 45-year- old Brad Hogg is still in his prime “ almost three decades after he first played high-level cricket.His career has been completely unlike that of other cricketing champions. As well as playing for his country, Brad has worked in shearing sheds and on the Fremantle wharf, hes been a postman, football umpire, treelopper and rouseabout, and hes even completed a finance degree along the way. He has overcome countless setbacks “ including a seven-year gap between his first and second Test appearances “ before becoming one of Australias most successful one-day and T20 players. Now, for the first time, he reveals his true story. Memorable, sad, rousing, unpredictable and often hilarious, The Wrong Un is the inspirational story of one of the games most popular players.I cant stress how important blokes like Hoggy are to the psyche of a cricket team on tour. Sometimes, their off-field selflessness and good humour can be just as important for a teams progress as a hundred made on the park. ”Ricky PontingMany sportsmen are geniuses at hiding their frailties, camouflaging their weaknesses. Not Brad. He is so brutally honest, and so open. His eagerness that the reader discovers the real George Bradley Hogg, warts and all, takes a lot of guts. He is still that innocent, excitable, cant keep still country boy with an often self-deprecating sense of humour. He has basically told me everything ¦ and I mean everything. Good and bad. ”Greg Growden

ISBN: 9781863958783


340 pages. Book appears to have hardly been read and is in Fine condition throughout.

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