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Haskell has an autobiography coming out, on Oct 1st
Discussion started by TonyTaff , 18 September, 2020 15:31
Haskell has an autobiography coming out, on Oct 1st
TonyTaff 18 September, 2020 15:31
It's not called 'The Brand', it's called 'What a Flanker'!

Serialised in the Torygraph.

The excerpt about the 2011 World Cup is quite amusing. Who was nicknamed 'The Puppet'?



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Re: Haskell has an autobiography coming out, on Oct 1st
jonnybrowne 19 September, 2020 11:06
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jonnybrowne
Quote:
TonyTaff
It's not called 'The Brand', it's called 'What a Flanker'!
Serialised in the Torygraph.

The excerpt about the 2011 World Cup is quite amusing. Who was nicknamed 'The Puppet'?

Iím quite conflicted - Iím sure itís an entertaining read, but can I bring myself to read anything written by the kind of flanker who would style himself the Archbishop of Banterbury...

Re: Haskell has an autobiography coming out, on Oct 1st
TonyTaff 20 September, 2020 14:34
Quote:
jonnybrowne
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jonnybrowne
Quote:
TonyTaff
It's not called 'The Brand', it's called 'What a Flanker'!
Serialised in the Torygraph.

The excerpt about the 2011 World Cup is quite amusing. Who was nicknamed 'The Puppet'?

Iím quite conflicted - Iím sure itís an entertaining read, but can I bring myself to read anything written by the kind of flanker who would style himself the Archbishop of Banterbury...

If I announce that I am going to buy the book, you have my permission to take me out and shoot me!



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Re: Haskell has an autobiography coming out, on Oct 1st
jonnybrowne 20 September, 2020 17:46
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TonyTaff
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jonnybrowne
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jonnybrowne
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TonyTaff
It's not called 'The Brand', it's called 'What a Flanker'!
Serialised in the Torygraph.

The excerpt about the 2011 World Cup is quite amusing. Who was nicknamed 'The Puppet'?

Iím quite conflicted - Iím sure itís an entertaining read, but can I bring myself to read anything written by the kind of flanker who would style himself the Archbishop of Banterbury...

If I announce that I am going to buy the book, you have my permission to take me out and shoot me!

Hahaha. Happy to join you in a mutual euthanasia pact, TT.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 20/09/2020 18:20 by jonnybrowne.

Re: Haskell has an autobiography coming out, on Oct 1st
maynas 20 September, 2020 20:41
The excerpts in the Telegraph are good


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