Martin Johnson is the towering second row forward who has come to set the standards of what a modern, professional rugby player should do. His drive and physical presence mean that he is a natural leader on the pitch - and off it, too.
In this autobiography he looks at how the sport has changed since going professional in 1995 and the issues this has raised. He explains why he led the England team to the brink of a strike in the autumn of 2000 and provides revealing insights into England's World Cup campaigns, the Lions tours and all the goings-on that make rugby the sport it is.
Martin Johnson has achieved all there is to achieve in rugby since making his England debut in 1992. He has captained his club, Leicester, to all the major honours, winning four successive league titles (1999-2002) and two European cups (2001-2002); he's led England with huge success, including the 2003 Grand Slam, winning 74 caps by May 2003 and captaining the British Lions on two tours.
Author : Martin Johnson
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