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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
Maybe not, as the one time teammates – the two once played side-by-side at Lancashire in 2000—have had their “issues.” In his autobiography, Being Freddie, Flintoff said Ganguly, “just didn’t work out at all.”
“He turned up as if he was royalty – it was like having Prince Charles on your side,” Freddie wrote. “You can accept a player not playing well, because we all have our ups and downs, but he just didn’t want to get involved,” Flintoff added. Ouch.
While these two may not see eye to eye, Ganguly certainly has plenty of other high profile fans, like…
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