✓ Voices from the Back of the Bus: Tall Tales and Hoary Stories from Rugby's Real Heroes ô Download by ✓ Stewart McKinney
✓ Voices from the Back of the Bus: Tall Tales and Hoary Stories from Rugby's Real Heroes ô Download by ✓ Stewart McKinney Voices From The Back Of The Bus Provides A Rare Behind The Scenes Look At International Rugby At The Height Of A Golden Period Recounted With Genuine Warmth And Much Humour, Over A Hundred Players Recall The Scrapes, The Games, The Laughs, The Glory And The Gritty Reality Of The Pre Professional Game.
Packed With True Rugby Tales From The Days When Men Played Purely For The Love Of The Game And Of Their Nation, And Multimillion Pound Contracts And Sponsorship Deals Were Unheard Of, This Refreshing, Revealing And Often Hilarious Collection Will Inspire Sports Fans Of All Generations.
I m a little bit disappointed with this book to be honest Don t get me wrong there are some great tales but as a rugby tourist who knows the score the book seems to be sanitised so much that someone s granny could read it.
Great tales, well told For any rugby follower this book should not be missed Although quite a lot of the content is provided by Irish ex players it covers a lot of International flavour As it is written in short medium length contributions it is easy to read in small bites and is full of incidents of rugby humour and camaraderie A great gift for any rugby fan I bought a second copy for my brother Having had this for a few years, I ve finally finished it Having so many legends offering little snippets into a rugby era unrecognisable from today s game, the stories are often hilarious Any featuring Moss Keane are worth the book price alone and great to flick through every now and then.
Brought for my dad who is a rugby fan, I am sure he will love it interesting book to bring back memories Bit of a McKinney love fest in parts.
ideal for older fan or rugby reader