Who is Geoffrey Boycott? Former cricketer whose knighthood has been criticised

  The Sun 

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THERESA May’s decision to give Geoffrey Boycott a Knighthood has raised some eyebrows since the news emerged. But who is the England cricketer and why is his Knighthood so controversial? Here’s what we know. Who is Geoffrey Boycott? Sir Geoffrey Boycott OBE, 78, is a retired cricketer, who formerly played cricket for Yorkshire and England. […]
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