1. Their training and practice was to bowl and bowl and bowl.
2. He was fond of Lindwall.
3. He thinks it's extremely tough for a fast bowler if he doesn't have able support.
4. The game was much more friendly those days. Sledging wasn't that common.
5. Quite in line with CW's belief, he makes a striking distinction between attacking batsmen like Sobers, Barry, Pollock and defensive batsmen like Barrington, Boycott.
There are many more interesting points he makes. Read the story...
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