10 cricketers and their shocking revelations in autobiographies

10 cricketers and their shocking revelations in autobiographies
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Sachin Tendulkar: In ‘Playing It My Way’, Tendulkar is scathing in his criticism of Chappell who was the national coach from 2005 to 2007, describing him as a "ringmaster who imposed his ideas on the players without showing any signs of being concerned about whether they felt comfortable or not.” He also expressed disappointment over Kapil Dev’s tenure as India coach as well as the role of selectors during his disastrous tenure as captain. Pic/ AFP

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Cricketers, who have had a good run in their career, have also ruffled many feathers owing to some startling revelations in their biographies. Here's a look at books by cricketers that kicked up a storm

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