Flintoff proud to be part of Red Rose rev­o­lu­tion

The Cricket Paper - - NEWS -

FOR­MER Eng­land cap­tain An­drew Flintoff has ex­pressed his pride af­ter be­ing ap­pointed to the Lan­cashire board.

Flintoff, 39, played for Lan­cashire be­tween 1995 and 2014, mak­ing 250 ap­pear­ances.

He said: “I’m hon­oured to be asked to join the board.

“I have talked to the chair­man about the fu­ture and what the club and the new Lan­cashire Cricket Foun­da­tion wish to achieve, and it is a hugely ex­cit­ing time for the game of cricket in Lan­cashire, and one that I am proud to be part of and con­trib­ute to.”

Mean­while, Lan­cashire have also named Paul Al­lott as their new cricket di­rec­tor.

Al­lott, a Lan­cashire stal­wart, said: “It’s a huge hon­our to be ap­pointed. It is a fan­tas­tic time for cricket as a whole, and es­pe­cially in Lan­cashire.”

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