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The Six Degrees of Andrew Flintoff
See how the Dubai-based cricketer/ambassador, whose career suffered yet another blow this month, is connected to a Bollywood beauty (via the US Secretary of State).
August 12, 2010 5:27 by kippreport
“Flintoff is box office – and the sponsors know it,” the BBC said about the famed cricketer whose name and face are synonymous with big name endorsements like Barclay’s Capital, Shell, and Audi. The 32-year old sensation is well known for a style of play that won him the “joint-most expensive Indian Premier League contract and a place in English folklore,” according to cricket analysts. But times are tough for “Freddie.” Having moved to Dubai (where he acts as “ambassador, promoting its importance as a centre for tourism and sport”) to recoup from injury, his efforts to return to cricket have suffered yet another blow with the recent news that he will play no cricket this season, despite his hopes of a return. Some doubt he’ll ever be back, but if he does, maybe he’ll manage a high profile move with the help of well heeled contacts like…
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