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World Cup 2019: How Michael Carberry fought stomach cancer to become sketch artist

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World Cup 2019: How Michael Carberry fought stomach cancer to become sketch artist‘God gives his hardest battles to his toughest soldiers.’ Michael Carberry, 38, the former England opener can relate to this.

First, the wait to break into the England team frustrated him for more than four years. And when he finally got his chance in the first Test against Bangladesh in Chattogram in 2010 after Andrew...
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