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About Gideon Haigh. Gideon Haigh. Gideon Clifford Jeffrey Davidson Haigh born 29 December is an English-born Australian journalist, who writes about sport especially cricket and business. He was born in London, raised in Geelong, and now lives in Melbourne. Haigh began his career as a journalist, writing on business for The Age newspaper from to and for The Australian from to He has since contributed t Gideon Clifford Jeffrey Davidson Haigh born 29 December is an English-born Australian journalist, who writes about sport especially cricket and business.
He has since contributed to over 70 newspapers and magazines, both on business topics as well as on sport, mostly cricket. Haigh has authored 19 books and edited seven more.
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Of those on a cricketing theme, his historical works includes The Cricket War and Summer Game, his biographies The Big Ship of Warwick Armstrong and Mystery Spinner of Jack Iverson , the latter pronounced The Cricket Society's "Book of the Year", short-listed for the William Hill Sports Book of the Year and dubbed "a classic" by The Sunday Times; anthologies of his writings Ashes and Game for Anything, as well as Many a Slip, the humorous diary of a club cricket season, and The Vincibles, his story of the South Yarra Cricket Club, of which he is life member and perennate vice-president and for whose newsletter he has written about cricket the longest.
He mostly publishes with Aurum Press. Haigh was appointed editor of the Wisden Cricketers' Almanack Australia for — and — Haigh has been known to be critical of what he regards as the deification of Sir Donald Bradman and "the cynical exploitation of his name by the mediocre and the greedy". Haigh has been critical of Bradman's biographer Roland Perry, writing in The Australian that Perry's biography was guilty of "glossing over or ignoring anything to Bradman's discredit".
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