Monday, March 19, 2007

I was shocked to hear about the death of Pakistan cricket coach and ex-England player Bob Woolmer yesterday. I had the pleasure of meeting him on several occasions when he was at Warwickshire County Cricket Club back in the late 1990s. He was a innovative coach and always looking for new ways to train and motivate his players. I was impressed how a world class cricketer and coach could still take the time to meet me and listen to my ideas when, at the time, I had no track record of working with professional sports people.

He will be greatly missed.


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