Loose Head: Confessions of An (un)professional Rugby Player

Loose Head: Confessions of An (un)professional Rugby Player

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This is the story of how a fat kid who had to live up to the nickname Psycho grew up to play (and party) for over a decade with rugby’s greatest pros. From just about surviving the equivalent of 30 car crashes a game and crooning Adele for team spirit, to extensive field notes on the smell of the Scrum and the fine art of on-pitch relief. Then there’s rugby’s secret naked wrestling scene and how it was exposed. In my world, you never know how the ball will bounce.

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The hilarious, unfiltered truth about being a rugby player - from the horsey's mouth.

How to survive the force of 30 car crashes a game

What not to call Eddie Jones

Exposing the secret naked wrestling scene

The ludicrous player who bought a flash car he couldn't fit his twenty-stone behind into (er...that'll be me)

This book is not just about how I got back on my horse and went clippity-clop all the way to the World Cup final in Japan.

It's the story of how a fat kid who had to live up to the nickname Psycho grew up to play (and party) for over a decade with rugby's greatest pros. From melting opponents in tackles and propping up scrums, to losing blood, sweat and ears in the name of the great sport of rugby.

In my world, you never know how the ball will bounce...

Additional information

Weight 0.562 kg
Dimensions 24.3 × 16 × 3 cm
Author

Publisher

Imprint

Cover

Hardback

Pages

xiii, 306 , 16 unnumbered of plates

Language

English

Edition
Dewey

796.333092 (edition:23)

Readership

General – Trade / Code: K