Start the Car: The World According to Bumble ePub download
by David Lloyd
- ISBN: 0007367198
- ISBN13: 978-0007367191
- ePub: 1168 kb | FB2: 1586 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Other Team Sports
- Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Ltd; Unabridged edition edition (May 27, 2010)
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 119
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The proceeds will go to a very good cause, namely the David Lloyd Retirement Fund, and, I assure you, will be redistributed to numerous outlets, in various personal pursuits across the globe. Oh, and rest easy in the knowledge that I will have fun doing so.
The proceeds will go to a very good cause, namely the David Lloyd Retirement Fund, and, I assure you, will be redistributed to numerous outlets, in various personal pursuits across the globe.
David "Bumble" Lloyd is a legend in our living rooms . Bumble waxes lyrical on everything from the genius of Shane Warne to the merits of a Lancashire hotpo. nd the delights of finishing the day with a couple of pints and a curry.
David "Bumble" Lloyd is a legend in our living rooms, a genuine "good bloke" all cricket fans feel they know inside out because of his infectious, larger-than-life personality and that distinctive Lancashire burr.
David Lloyd, aka "Bumble", is a former Lancashire and England cricketer who also coached both sides. This book gave you an insight to the background of presenting cricket,I have watched and listened to David Lloyd for many years and found he puts the humour back into cricket which sometimes I find lacking,the game should be enjoyable. Whether he is holding up play to retrieve lost balls from the top of sight-screens, or enacting mock pitch reports from car parks, Bumble is capable of stealing the limelight at all times.
So anything from Bumble Lloyd should be great fun. For me, having been of the initiated for only 8 years now, he’s .
He was a player and (England) coach before that, but as I said, that was before my time, and I have a lot of catching up to do in that respect. There’s a proper writer helping, of course, but the important bits are Lloyd’s, and that’s where the problems start. Turns out Bumble is that bloke off the telly, and no more.
The World According to Bumble: Start the Car revels in the quirkier and humorous side of cricket, while offering behind-the-scenes action of Lloyd's years spent following cricket around the globe, from Accrington to Lahore. Bumble waxes lyrical on. everything from the genius of Shane Warne to the merits of a Lancashire hotpo.