Fred Trueman cause of death

Fred Trueman’s Death – Cause and Date

Born (Birthday) February 6, 1931

Death Date July 1, 2006

Age of Death 75 years

Cause of Death Lung Cancer

Profession Cricket Player

The cricket player Fred Trueman died at the age of 75. Here is all you want to know and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

English cricket legend who is widely considered one of the greatest bowlers who ever lived. He was the first bowler to take 300 Test wickets and was awarded the Order of the British Empire for his contributions to the sport.

He was coached by former bowler and Sheffield United coach Cyril Turner as a teenager.

He was an avid smoker, being named by the Pipe Smoker of the Year by The British Pipesmokers’ Council in 1974.

Personal Life

He was married twice and had five children.

In a controversial move, he gave advice on bowling technique to Australian cricketer Dennis Lillee.

How did Fred Trueman die?

Fred Trueman, the Yorkshire and England fast bowler, who has died of lung cancer aged 75, was a legend in his own youth, establishing himself in the public imagination in his first Test match at the age of 21.