THE DEATH OF RUGBY: NEIL BACK’S STORY
14 years after the release of his autobiography ‘Size Doesn’t Matter’, Neil Back – one of English rugby’s most decorated flankers, returns with ‘The Death of Rugby’; a tale of triumphs, heartaches and broken promises, which is to be published this summer.
Written by Neil with Soar Media’s communications director, Dean Eldredge, ‘The Death of Rugby’ charts the Leicester Tigers legend’s anti-hero role as ‘The Hand of Back’ in the 15-9 European Cup victory over Munster, to Grand Slam glory and the 2003 World Cup win with England. The book also features a foreword by Martin Johnson, with contributions from Jonny Wilkinson, Sir Clive Woodward and Lawrence Dallaglio.
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