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My life and rugby : the autobiography
My life and rugby : the autobiography
Jones, Eddie, 1960-2019
Eddie Jones is one of the most experienced and decorated coaches in world rugby. He career has spanned four World Cups; from losing to England in the 100th minute in 2003, working with South Africa when they won in 2007, and causing the greatest upset in 2015 when he masterminded the Japanese defeat of South Africa. Since taking over as head coach of England in 2015 Eddie Jones has masterminded a complete revival of the national team. He has won the Six Nations Championship back-to-back, including England's first grand slam in a generation, their first ever whitewash of Australia, as well as taking them on their longest ever winning streak. In his explosive autobiography Jones shows how his fiercely competitive attitude, his love of coaching and his philosophy of the game were formed while growing up in a tough working-class suburb of Sydney as a small half-Japanese kid, playing schoolboy rugby alongside the legendary Ella brothers.
Main title:
My life and rugby : the autobiography / Eddie Jones, with Donald McRae.
London : Macmillan, 2019.
423 p. : col.ill. ; 24 cm.
Prologue: This is why we do it -- Freedom -- The Randwick way -- Learning from heartbreak -- The first steps of coaching -- A new way with the Brumbies -- Learning curve -- Green and gold -- Glory and pain -- Rock bottom -- The shaping of South Africa -- The making of Japan -- Life-changing moments -- The next adventure and a grand Slam -- A winning streak -- Rebooting England -- Blueprints and lessons -- Riding the rollercoaster -- The final -- Acknowledgements -- Picture acknowledgements.
9781509850709 (hbk. :)9781509850723 (pbk. :)
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LocationCollectionCall numberStatus/Desc
Brighton LibraryBiography796.333 JONAvailable