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Botham

Ian (Terence). born 1955, English cricketer: played for Somerset (1973--86), Worcestershire (1987--91), and Durham (1991--93); captained England (1980--81)
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Sir Ian Botham yesterday gave James Anderson his seal of approval after seeing the seamer move past his record to become England's all-time leading wicket-taker.
Johannesburg, June 01 ( ANI ): Former England Test cricketer and captain Sir Ian Botham has said that the ex all-rounder Andrew Flintoff was making a 'massive mistake' as he is coming back to play Twenty20 county cricket after five years of retirement.
London: Ian Botham will deliver the 2014 Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey Lecture at Lord's on September 3, it was announced Friday.
Ian Botham Early life: Ian Terence Botham was born in Heswall, Cheshire, on November 24, 1955.
FORMER England captain Sir Ian Botham believes Australia's list of injuries ensures that England will be "red-hot favourites" ahead of this winter's return Ashes series.
Botham does expect the series to be more closely-fought than this summer, when England emerged 3-0 winners, but suspect the tourists will have too much firepower.
CRICKETING great Ian Botham announced his retirement from the game on this day 20 years ago.
Sandra Botham told Wire in the Blood writer Ms McDermid "I will see you in hell" and branded her a "fat liar" as a magistrates' court hearing into the attack erupted in chaos.
And yesterday, Sandra Botham told Wire in the Blood author Val: "I will see you in hell" and branded her a "fat liar", before storming out of court.
Buttler isn't the first Englishman to be saddled with the Botham tag -- but Rose believes his sensational 47 off 16 balls at Trent Bridge shows that it's one he deserves.
Frederick Botham, 70, was locked up for flouting a court order meant to safeguard the public over the course of a year.
STUART BROAD sparked a twitter backlash and had a frank exchange of views with Sir Ian Botham after England's First Test defeat.