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Written by an athlete who has played rugby in France, England, and New Zealand, this unflinchingly honest and hilarious account looks at the current state of international rugby, in particular the changes since the game went professional 10 years ago. This study brilliantly delves into French rugby—a world where a loss at home is considered a crime, matches can get unimaginably brutal, and players face manipulation at the hands of their coaches, managers, and agents.
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John Daniell is a former journalist and has played professional rugby since 1997.
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Book Description Awa Press, 2008. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0958275017