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James Anderson admits he felt he 'wasn't good enough' at start of career

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James Anderson admits he felt he 'wasn't good enough' at start of career

James Anderson admits he felt he 'wasn't good enough' at start of career

As James Anderson prepares to unseat Sir Alastair Cook as England’s most capped Test cricketer he has admitted being racked by self-doubt on his 2003 debut, recalling: “I thought I wasn’t good enough.”


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