Graham Gooch OBE – The skills that achieve success
Doing the Opposite: Business Disruptors
In this episode of Doing the Opposite: Business Disruptors, Jeff Dewing speaks to cricketing legend Graham Gooch OBE. In a career spanning nearly 3 decades Graham has captained both Essex and England and was one of the most successful international batsmen of his generation. In 2009 he was inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame and has worked as a coach at Essex, before becoming England batting coach in 2012. In this episode Graham talks about the decision he made as a young player that revolutionised not just his own career, but the careers of many future international cricket stars. He also explains the four key skills you must hone in order to achieve true success in your field. You can also hear Graham describe one the funniest stories from his life growing up in Essex, and his reflections on the events and people that he has been most grateful for in his career. Hosted by Jeff Dewing Discover Cloudfm Group Website | Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn
The term "legend" is often banded about very easily these days, but in the world of cricket you cannot dispute the fact that Graham Gooch is fully deserving of wearing that crown. Having spent his whole career at Essex, captaining the club to many glorious moments, he also led England, also by example, scoring many memorable innings and taking part in some historic matches. In this chat we talk to Graham about Headingley 1981, his England colleagues, what it was like to face that fabled West Indies pace attack and also how highly he rates Alastair Cook and his approach to the game. We also talked about how Essex was faring during lockdown and what the club has been doing to support the local community.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/98-not-out/message
Bianca chats to former Essex and England captain Graham Gooch at the first annual Essex Cricket Club, Integral Sports Management Golf Day. He gives his thoughts on the current state of the England team and the future of Essex cricket.
S03E12 - Bubsy in: Claws Encounters of the Furred Kind / Graham Gooch World Class Cricket / Jungle Strike
Under Consoletation: The GamesMaster Retrospective Podcast
It's the final episode of the first half of series 3, and we've got two competitors battling it out on Bubsy in: Claws Encounters of the Furred Kind on the MegaDrive before saving the President in Jungle Strike. Meanwhile Liam Botham drops by to play Graham Gooch World Class Cricket on the Amiga.It's a big week in the Review Zone as Plok (SNES), Lawnmower Man (SNES) and FIFA International Soccer (MegaDrive) get looked at, GamesMaster helps struggling gamers on Sonic the Hedgehog 2, Battletoads/Double Dragon, and ClayFighter, and we meet some of the teams that will be competing in the Team Championships that kick off next week!Get next week's show a week early and ad free by supporting on Patreon!Join the GamesMaster conversation on Discord!Theme song by Other ChrisBed music by TeknoAXE's Royalty Free MusicFollow Luke on TwitterFollow Ash on TwitterFollow Under Consoletation on TwitterFollow Under Consoletation on InstagramSend your thoughts to firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/underconsolepod. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Graham Gooch on Phil Tufnell, plus India v England 1992/93
The 80s and 90s Cricket Show
Former England captain Graham Gooch joins Gary Naylor, Peter Hayter and Pat Murphy to discuss the career of Phil Tufnell, a left-arm spinner who received his first Test cap under Gooch and who then found himself in and out of both trouble and the England team throughout the nineties. As you’d expect, there are plenty of behind the scenes tales of high jinks and misdemeanours. Then they dissect England’s disastrous tour of India in 1992/93, with reflections from the skipper on the decision to leave David Gower at home (and the subsequent outcry), dodgy prawns, baffling selections and backfiring PR stunts. The 80s and 90s Cricket Show is sponsored by Anderton Law. Get involved on Twitter (@CricShow80s90s). See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Dan Norcross presents a bonus TMS podcast to commemorate the 30th anniversary of one of the most famous innings ever played at Lord's: when Graham Gooch scored 333 against India in the 1st Test. You'll hear a replay of a special programme presented by Jonathan Agnew featuring archive commentary and some of the main protagonists from that memorable 1990 match including Gooch himself, Kapil Dev and Mohammad Azharuddin. Then Dan, Phil Tufnell, Andy Zaltzman and Vic Marks get together to recall their memories and talk about Gooch's England career.
6: The Challenges of Being a National Champion: Graham Gooch OBE
Positive Personal Power
Graham Gooch OBE was one of the most successful international batsmen of his generation, and through a career spanning from 1973 until 2000. Michael Tobin OBE and Nat Schooler sat down and discussed: What is it like to be a leader of men who in their own right are already top of their game? David Gower said this about him - "I don't have the same ability that Graham Gooch has, to produce something very close to his best every time he plays" How does it feel to lose to the Australians despite you being at the top of your game? What kept you going in the hard times? Tell me about the rebel tour to South Africa, what were your motivations? How did you feel being exiled from the international game for a few years? If you want to contact Nat you can do that here: Nat Schooler's Website: Nat Schooler on LinkedIn Nat Schooler on Facebook PosPersPower On Twitter Nat Schooler on Twitter https://positivepersonalpower.net/the-challenges-of-being-a-national-champion-graham-gooch/
Paul and Andy are joined by former Bristol City forward Paul Cheesley, Ian Danter as Steve Bruce with Striker Part 5 and Golf correspondent Bob Bubka. The guys also brought you part four of their trip to Brazil in 2014 and Andy's brilliant attempt at Don't Ask Me, a day later than usual! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.