Nasser Hussain and Darren Gough 16 x 12" Signed Photograph

Signed Photographic Montage
Product Code: CR048

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  • Nasser Hussain and Darren Gough personally signed montaged photograph 
  • Approximate size of photograph: 16 x 12"
  • Superior matt black frame
  • Certificate of authenticity

Great images of two cricketing legends in action montaged into one impressively sized photograph signed by both Darren and Nasser.


Biography information:

Nasser Hussain OBE (born 28 March 1968, Madras, India) is a former Essex and England cricketer. He was born of an Indian father, Jawad (also known as "Joe"), and an English mother, Patricia, who changed her name to Shireen on conversion to Islam. He became the first captain of England to be of mixed English and Indian descent.

In first-class cricket from 1987 to 2004 Nasser scored 20,698 runs in 334 matches at an average of 42.06, including 52 centuries. A pugnacious right-handed batsman, Hussain's highest Test score was 207, scored in the first Test of the 1997 Ashes at Edgbaston.

Hussain is regarded as one of the best England Test Cricket Captains of the era for his part in transforming the side from a habitually under-performing team to one of achievement. Simon Barnes of The Times wrote that "Hussain is the most significant cricketer to have played for England since the war and perhaps the finest captain to hold the office." 

Darren Gough (born 18 September 1970, Monk Bretton, near Barnsley, South Yorkshire) is a retired English cricketer and former captain of Yorkshire County Cricket Club. The spearhead of England's bowling attack through much of the 1990s, he is England's highest wicket-taker in one-day internationals with 234, and took 229 wickets in his 58 Test matches, making him England's ninth most successful wicket-taker.

Gough was a right arm fast medium bowler and right-handed batsman. 1.80 m (5' 11") and broad in beam, he achieved his pace from a good approach to the wicket and a leaping sideways-on action, achieving what was often described as "skiddy" fast bowling. Capable of swinging the ball late, a large number of his wickets were gained through lbw or bowled, often with the inswinging yorker delivery.

Gough retired at the end of the 2008 cricket season with Justin Langer as his final first-class wicket. Justin commented in his BBC column that "Darren Gough will retire as one of the most respected and admired cricketers of our generation." Gough retired on a high being regarded as a model professional in the game and a Yorkshire legend.


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