Grovel!: The Story & Legacy of the Summer of 1976
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Grovel!: The Story & Legacy of the Summer of 1976

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When England cricket captain Tony Greig announced that he intended to make the West Indies "grovel," he lit a fire that burned as intensely as the sunshine that made 1976 one of the most memorable summers in British history. Spurred on by what they saw as a deeply offensive remark, especially from a white South African, Clive Lloyd's touring team vowed to make Greig pay. I...more
Hardcover, 288 pages
Published April 1st 2007 by Pitch Publishing
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An enjoyable trot down memory lane as Clive Lloyd forges the team which will go on to dominate the game for 2 decades. This book is about Tony Greig's stupid comment about making the West Indies 'grovel' and how they responded on the field!

I felt it could have been much more in-depth and detailed with interviews from many other players but it was an enjoyable and fun quick read. Recommended for cricket fans in general and West Indies' ones in particular!



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