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Summary

The greatest coach England has ever produced? Madmen? Genius? This is the ultimate, award-winning, highly acclaimed biography of Sir Clive Woodward. It has been brought fully up-to-date to celebrate the 10th anniversary of England's rugby World Cup victory. 

Learn about ever facet of Woodward's life. What made him great? Who did he upset along the way? What do the players REALLY think of him? What went wrong in football and what did he do to help British Olympians in their training for London 2012. He's brilliantly successful but what is he really like? And what does he do with teams to make them so successful?

©2005 Alison Kervin (P)2018 Alison Kervin

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"The best sports biography? Probably. Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant." (The Daily Telegraph)

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Terrible edit of a good book

Sentences were repeated frequently, often in different tones of voice as if it was a pre production edit. Nowhere near the usual quality. Spoiled a good insight into a sporting genius.

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Editing is poor.Skips and repeats a lot. But very interesting. I can recommend this book