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Jason Leonard: The Autobiography

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The rag-to-riches tale of rugby union's most capped forward of all time - how a brilliant young player overcame a life-threatening injury to make it to the very top of the international game.
Jason Leonard's story starts as rugby started - in the amateur days, when the Cockney Carpenter began playing for Barking and Saracens in the days before multi-million pound business o
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Hardcover, 400 pages
Published December 12th 2002 by Harpercollins Pub Ltd (first published December 2002)
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russell barnes
Sep 05, 2014 russell barnes rated it liked it
Shelves: sport, biog
Sports 'auto' biographies are a funny beast; you rarely get anything insightful, they're easy to pick holes in and if it wasn't for the picture on the cover and those liberally spread about inside it would be difficult to tell them apart from each other.

Credit to Alison Kervin then for pulling together Jason Leonard's quite readable and insightful book. Okay, there's plenty of the usual mish-mash of x, y AND z all being the pinnacle of my career, but generally Leonard's thoughts on rugby and th
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Skull
Mar 10, 2016 Skull rated it it was amazing
although covering a similar period of time to Brian Moore's autobiography, this is considerably better! There is however a surprising lack of information or mention of his years at Harlequins Rugby which I found surprising (but welcome!)
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Oct 03, 2014 Jack Fleming rated it it was ok
Dry, too many match reports and not enough insight or behind-the-scenes information. Odd for such a character.
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