SHOAIB AKHTAR CONTROVERSIALLY YOURS EBOOK

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Shoaib Akhtar has been one of the most colourful characters in the history of cricket. He is the fastest bowler in the world, who set an official world record by. Read Controversially Yours book reviews & author details and more at in the history of cricket, Shoaib Akhtar holds the record for the fastest delivery ever. Read "Controversially Yours" by Shoaib Akhtar available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. A tell-all book on and by Pakistan.


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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Shoaib Akhar is a former Pakistani cricketer and fast Controversially Yours - site edition by Shoaib Akhtar. Download it. Controversially Yours: An Autobiography. Home · Controversially Yours: An Autobiography Author: Shoaib Akhtar. downloads Views MB Size . Controversially Yours book. Read 54 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Shoaib Akhtar has been one of the most colorful characters in.

Look, you may not admire Shoaib the person but you gotta admit, Rawalpindi express with his massive chest out and his locks flying, his super aerodynamic action and his ferocious pace.. I felt emotional towards the end I gotta say.. Thank you Shoaib for all the moments!

The Shoaib moments.. From to there was no better sight than Shoaib Akthar running half the length of the filed, steaming in with his slinging action and throwing the ball like an escaped missile at some of the finest batsmen in the world and making them look like hapless victims on the way. Throughout his career, Shoaib Akthar has always been a polarising figure.

But no one can deny that he didn't have talent or can question his In an era of Pakistani cricketing giants, Shoaib Akthar was a towering figure.

But no one can deny that he didn't have talent or can question his passion and commitment to Pakistani cricket. Its hard to believe that someone with so much talent and passion for the game only ended up played 46 tests and ODI's in an 18 year career. But his statistics don't tell the whole story. Controversy has always followed Shoaib Akthar both on and off the filed.

Sometimes his own fault other times a victim of his own reputation. Which is why this is an important book. The book it self isn't a literary masterpiece.

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Its not going to win any awards but what it does well is give a vivid and entertaining account of Shoaib's rise from a poor background to a global superstar. So some people are different. I am different from him.

It does not bother me. But his idea is good. I was commentating throughout the series.

Akram tears into Shoaib over his claims in autobiography

In batting there were a lot of injuries and rightly so because Indian team is a human team. They were playing for a long time. Fair enough.

But you did not play him for the five ODI matches.

You groom a bowler. If you give him a chance against England in India, then there is a flat wicket over here.

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He will get hit and his confidence will get affected. He did well against Australia with the Emerging side India A. There are two-three more bowlers. I will talk about them when they start playing.

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They will retire after three seasons after bowling on these slow wickets. The former paceman, who has taken Test and ODI wickets, said Indian bowlers themselves were responsible for losing pace soon after debut.

Despite the financial constraints, his parents worked hard to instill upright values in the children and ensure them an education. Still hailing from a humble and poor family, Akhtar has toughest self believe you will ever see.

Irreverent, irascible and for the most part injudicious, this is an autobiography that in the end analysis, leaves a lot to be desired. How can he discredit his country of birth when all he achieved was in the same dis functional country, the same inept system and the same unimpressed cricket control board?

Published September 25th by Harper Collins India. Shoaib Akhtar is a former Pakistani cricketer.

All through the book Shoaib confronts controvesially controversially yours shoaib akhtar image head-on, but his reflections are unlikely to sway anyone. For yousr, an incessant and much embellished mention of his penchant for running during his early childhood days makes one wonder as to whether some pages from the autobiography of Carl Lewis or Usain Bolt have been mistakenly appended to this book.Wisden Anthology Famous for his dreadlocks, his zinc plastered lips and powerful hitting, Andrew Symonds is one of Australia's most popular and entertaining cricketers.

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Shelves: lives-bios-autobios Look it's not even so much about how the book is written, because frankly, it isn't all that great. Account Options Sign in. His harrowing experiences during the riots at Karachi underline the vagaries of life in a volatile country like Pakistan.

Take away this shameless vanity and what emerges is a disturbing portrait of Pakistani cricket where captains are spineless slaves, one fast bowler schemes against the another,a former captain drives taxi in England and players contemplate suicide.

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