It's just not cricket

Moloney, Karen
June 2007
People Management;6/14/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 12, p48
The author talks about cricket. According to the author, when talking about cricket, he thinks of profiteering, exploitation and unreasonable work-life balance. He states that cricket is like any other sport which is like business characterized by ignominy and glory. The author mentions that cricketers are almost twice as likely to commit suicide as the average British male. The author asserts that the game shifts the blame away from weak leadership.


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