I remember we talked about him in the post-Hutton, pre-Gower English batting thread. I had looked him up then, and found him to be one of the most interesting cricketers in English history, especially so for the dreary 60s, as you mentioned. Really well written, Martin. Barber would have been quite the yang to Boycott's boring yin. Alas.
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