Andrew Flintoff says 'would swap everything I have now to play cricket again'
Former England Test captain Andrew Flintoff, who is training hard for his debut professional boxing match, has said he would swap everything he has to play cricket again.
"I'd swap everything I have now to play cricket again," the Telegraph quoted Flintoff, as saying.
When asked if he could relive a single day of his career, which one would it be? Flintoff replied: "I'd like my last one again," he replies after a moment's thought.
And when asked not the day they won the Ashes? Flintoff replied: "No. I don't think I could do that night again - I've not got it in me. But that last day... it went by so quickly. I don't remember much about it except getting pretty emotional with my family after the game."
"My first three years at Lancashire... well, things weren't as professional as they are now. There were pints after play every night and I'd even have a cigarette from time to time. But now it's all ice-packs and protein shakes. We've got to be careful that cricket doesn't get like football," he added.