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January 21, 2013
I was a kid when I first watched my live telecast of a cricket match between England and India, played at the Eden Gardens. Tony was the captain of them, which had players like Chris Old and John Lever. Calcutta (Kolkata of now) was different, with its cricket during the winter season, and that match, captained by Tony was an engrossing one. Tony, in his usual ways, connected with the people in the stadium. Later, when he became a commentator, the booming voice and straight talking, used to make great and interesting commentary of the game, laced with humor
January 21, 2013
Tony, you were hero from cricketer days as England captain till the end.
RIP
You will be missed by all of us in the cricket world
January 21, 2013
Tony Greig was certainly one of a kind, a remarkable man who was never afraid to call it like he saw it no matter what the consequences. His just, fair and utterly unbiased views in the commentary box will be missed by all. My sincere sympathies to his family - Tony Greig will be missed by cricket fans all over the world.
January 20, 2013
RIP Tony, great asset to the game & his voice was the sound of summer for many in Australia, condolences to family & friends
January 20, 2013
I will always remember..."he's hit it hord, it's miles in the air, Hughes is coming around and Steven, oh it's a, oh it's are oh what a catch! what a catch! Hughes was coming around and the and the sightscreen down there, what a catch, unbeleivable Steven Waugh!" I must have done that a thousand times in pubs. It was a great catch though. Greigy will be missed by all real cricket followers. His voice was one of the sounds of cricket and the summer. Vale.
January 20, 2013
RIP Tony. May God grant you eternal rest.
January 20, 2013
Tony, was an inspiration to my two sons and myself all of whom have epilepsy. To see Tony achieve what he did whilst manging epilepsy was a life changer to us all.
Sadly missed,
Peter of Brisbane
January 20, 2013
Tony Greig dished out as good as he received. That's why all Australians loved to listen to him. His classic banter with Bill Lawry will be sadly missed. RIP
January 20, 2013
Rest In Peace Tony and thank you for the lovely memories. Blessing to the Greig Family.
January 20, 2013
Tony - you showed me how to hold a cricket bat when I was 10, and before Ian Botham came along, you where my cricket hero. RIP.

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