From his days growing up in Scotland to his harrowing experiences fighting in Italy during World War Two, Bill McLaren has always been in the thick of it. Used to being caught up in the most dramatic moments rugby has ever seen, McLaren relives the highlights of his illustrious career, and talks of the game today and his regrets that rugby went professional. He is a fierce critic of professional rugby, fearing for the future health and safety of rugby players as the modern game becomes increasingly dangerous. His story amounts to a history of the game itself and reaffirms McLaren's status as something of a global treasure.More
"Bill McLaren, the legendary commentator, may have hung up his microphone, but moving words still flow." (Daily Telegraph)
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The voice of Rugby speaks
Great book narrated by the great man himself
- Andrew Stuart