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Sir Ian Botham is one of England's most well known and respected cricketers and over the course of his fifteen year career, he still holds a number of records.
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Born in 1955 in Cheshire, England, Botham had to choose at an early age whether he would focus his talents on the sport of football or cricket.
At first, Botham was intent on pursuing a career solely on cricket, but after an injury, Botham joined the Scunthorpe United football club as a forward.
Botham played a total of 11 games in the Football League.
However, it is Botham's career as a test cricketer that is remembered.
Botham had his international test cricket debut on July 28, 1977 against Australia in the role of an all-rounder - batting on his right hand side with a fast bowling style.
Over the course of his test cricket career, Botham had more than 5,200 runs and is recognised as one of England's greatest Test players.
Botham still holds the record for the highest number of wickets taken by an England bowler.
Since leaving cricket, Botham has become recognized for his charitable work and most notably his work with the organization Leukaemia Research. This Month he heads out on a 10 day charity walk in support of the organization.
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