From the moment he hooked his first ball in Test cricket to the boundary, David Gower has been in a class of his own when it comes to style and panache. In 114 Test matches, he scored over 8000 runs at an average of 44 which ranks him with the post-war greats. His elegant play is always a joy to watch and certainly there hasn't been a better and more entertaining left-hander since Sir Garfield Sobers. Yet because of his natural gifts, he has often attracted criticism for his "laid back" approach and "lack of application". ...

Gower: The Autobiography 1995, HarperCollinsWillow, London

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Gower: The Autobiography 1993, Flamingo, London

ISBN-13: 9780006379645

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Gower: The Autobiography 1992, HarperCollinsWillow, London

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