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Voices from the Back of the Bus: Tall Tales and Hoary Stories from Rugby's Real Heroes Paperback – 1 Jul 2010
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"A splendid collection of reminiscences from a galaxy of rugby stars" (Daily Telegraph)
"Features a host of priceless tales of friendship and humour" (Western Mail)
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A nostalgic collection of true stories about playing international rugby in the pre-professional eraSee all Product description
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There are many contributions from our Irish rugby friends, and their take on things is always especially humorous. A word for the author too - he made many contributions himself and they clearly show that he was a man of his time - hard, dedicated and fun-loving in the extreme.
Well worth a read!
Well written and gives the reader an insight into some of the greatest characters the game has ever produced both on and off the field.
This book has brought tears of joy and sadness in equal amounts with its moving and funny stories told by the people who were there.
If you dont like this book then you have never played rugby.
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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... Read morePublished 19 months ago by quiffjones
This a collection of humorous rugby tales from a collection of famous, and not so famous current and former players. Read morePublished on 20 April 2015 by Jim Bowen
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. Read morePublished on 18 April 2015 by Little Owl
Great fun; lots of laughter; almost as good as going on tourPublished on 16 Dec. 2014 by Desmond McKane
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... Read morePublished on 12 Oct. 2014 by Anthony Davies
interesting book to bring back memories. Bit of a McKinney love fest in parts.ideal for older fan or rugby readerPublished on 16 Jun. 2014 by David Pugsley