Freddie Flintoff led the way. Loveable pisshead and cricket all-rounder Andrew Flintoff entered the ring a former England cricketer but left a heavyweight boxer after overcoming a second-round knockdown to beat lardarse American Richard Dawson on his...
Former England Cricket Captain and noted Pedalo pilot Andrew Flintoff came through his first bout as a professional boxer against Richard Dawson with a points victory. This was after Dawson had knocked Flintoff down in the second round.
Former Olympic gold medalist Audley Harrison has decided to retire after yet another embarrassing performance in the ring.
His "fight" with British and Commonwealth heavyweight title holder David Price lasted a pathetic 82 seconds before Harrison...
Andrew Flintoff's Tweeted beef at paying £4 to see his daughter's school nativity play has been mocked by a Dorking mum.
The test cricket hero went to watch seven-year-old daughter Holly perform at her Surrey primary school, but Tweeted: "... hope...
Andrew Flintoff, the man who, for the last eleven years, has been at the forefront of English cricket, has this week called time on his wonderful career after he claimed it was starting to interfere with his drinking.
In an 11-year Test career, th...
Andrew Flintoff yesterday admitted what many had suspected for some time. In a remarkably frank interview in a darkened bar in the centre of Manchester, the 6'3" 32 stone fast drinker stated that he wanted to, "put some demons behind me."
England cricket ace Freddie Flintstone may be drinking in the last chance saloon. That is the verdict of former Yorkshire and England legend Geoff Boring. "Flintstone has clearly got a problem. He is so popular that whenever he goes into a bar people...
England all rounder Freddie Flintstone is out of the rest of the test series against West Indies. He suffered a back injury picking up his wallet following payment by the Indian plenty plenty league. "I felt a strain, but no twinge of guilt" said Fli...
Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff returns to the England cricket team for the Second Test against South Africa today, and will open the batting, take the new ball, and, likely as not, bring the
Bob Woolmer, the ex-Kent and England batsman, and ex-Pakistan and South Africa coach, is only just nicely 'back in the pavilion', but the tongues are already wagging as to how he died.
The England cricket team will face up to their tricky qualifying group match against Kenya on Saturday, bolstered by the return of Andrew Flintoff, after his one-match ban yesterday against Canada.
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