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Rugby & Sporting Books for you to Enjoy
Discussion started by FalconsRugby.org.uk , 22 March, 2020 16:42
Rugby & Sporting Books for you to Enjoy
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Re: Rugby & Sporting Books for you to Enjoy
Leipziger 23 March, 2020 09:07
Francois Pienaar's book 'Rainbow Warrior' is a good read, as is 'The Winter Game' by Todd Nicholls.

Not a rugby one but the best sports book I've ever read is 'The Miracle of Castel di Sangro' by Joe McGuinness, and of course 'Leading' by Alex Ferguson is educational as well as interesting.

Re: Rugby & Sporting Books for you to Enjoy
trummy200 23 March, 2020 09:13
Will Greenwoods auto biography - read it years ago but remember it as being very amusing and a good rugby read

Re: Rugby & Sporting Books for you to Enjoy
Monkey1 23 March, 2020 11:45
Final Whistle is going on my shopping list. Thanks for doing this Falcona.

Re: Rugby & Sporting Books for you to Enjoy
limpopo 23 March, 2020 12:22
As I will, unfortunately, be one of the ones who are being subjected to a compulsory bout of solitary confinement until around the 20th of June, two of those books will soon be winging heir way from Amazon.

Re: Rugby & Sporting Books for you to Enjoy
Monkey1 23 March, 2020 12:26
Blimey Limpopo. Couldn't you get it from somewhere a bit closer!
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Re: Rugby & Sporting Books for you to Enjoy
limpopo 23 March, 2020 12:39
I wish Monkey, if only I could, but a trip to South America could relieve the boredom (Sm58)

Re: Rugby & Sporting Books for you to Enjoy
leemingtyke 23 March, 2020 13:03
Racing Through the Dark - The Fall and Rise of David Millar is the best sporting autobiography I've read. Great, and very honest, insight into the very murky world of professional cycling in the Armstrong era. Highly recommended.

Re: Rugby & Sporting Books for you to Enjoy
steve1888 23 March, 2020 13:16
I was looking for my Francois Pienaar book yesterday and couldnt find it , missing another one of two too, porbs lent them out and forgot.

Had Doddies, Burkeys , Deano, Woodward, Wilko and a couple of general ones , not that I read very often like.

Re: Rugby & Sporting Books for you to Enjoy
trummy200 23 March, 2020 15:28
Jason Robinson's Finding my feet - An in depth biography of one of the most entertaining players to ever represent England and the Lions. Certainly he wasn't born with a silver spoon in his mouth!

Re: Rugby & Sporting Books for you to Enjoy
aidanb 24 March, 2020 06:31
Brian Moores.

Beware of the Dog: Rugby's Hard Man Reveals All


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