Michael Holding retires as TV commentator


The great Michael Holding has announced his retirement as a TV commentator. The former West Indies bowler played 60 Tests and 102 ODIs claiming 391 wickets.


In 987 he took retirement from cricket and started commentary, he has spent 31 years in the field of commentary.


He had early predicted about his retirement that now his age would not give him permission to continue that job anymore.


67-year-old Holding was much famous among Pakistanis” when he had always’’ pronounced’’ Inzimamul Haq” as Inzamam. He was a great expert on pitch reports.


Former England’s captain Michael Vaughn appreciated him in the glowing words, Michael Holding is a great commentator, campaigner, and even more as a great human being.


We would always miss you, Michael, said Vaughn. Earlier, this year,


Michael Holding’s first book was published, why we Kneel, How we rise, a densely researched account of racial discrimination.


Keeping in view that cricket fans always liked him because of the sweet-talking and great knowledge about the game of cricket.