A funny and forthright collection of writings about rugby from one of the UK's most admired and outspoken commentators. There's nothing traditional about Brian Moore's style of commentary but then there's not much that's traditional about the man. Brian Moore made his name as a take–no–prisoners hooker position at the heart of the England rugby team's forwards. He was one of the game's original hard men at a time when rugby was still an amateur sport. Since his retirement he has earned a reputation as a similarly unforgiving expert, never afraid to tell it like it is and give an earful to anyone unlucky enough to meet with his disapproval. In this controversial, funny, and forthright collection of thoughts and writings, Brian Moore sets the world to rights in his own inimitable fashion. Ranging from the problems with today's England rugby team to the "soap opera" that is the FA, the feeble state of British tennis, and the threats posed by corruption and drug–taking, Brian shares his unique insights and not–so–unique frustrations about the world of rugby and beyond. The Thoughts of Chairman Moore is an engaging and outspoken collection of articles from one of our most admired commentators.
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Brian Moore competed in 64 national championships for the England rugby team between 1987 and 1995. He played in three rugby World Cups and won the Grand Slam in 1991, 1992, and 1995. He writes for the Sun and the Telegraph newspapers and is a cocommentator for international rugby matches.
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