England's head coach tells the gripping story of how he took the national side to victory in the 2003 Rugby World Cup in this fully revised and updated paperback.
Clive Woodward was born in 1954. He was educated at HMS Conway in Anglesey and Loughborough University. He played rugby for Leicester, England and the Lions, and Manley in Australia. During his impressive business career Clive Woodward successfully coached Henley RFC, London Irish and Bath before being appointed the first National England coach. He lives in Berkshire with his wife and three children.
'His first day in the job of England coach is superbly described, and thereafter he is forever going the extra yard to make his team great.' -- The Sunday Times 20040919 'There is much more to the man than single-minded determination.' -- Sunday Telegraph 20040926 'To the hardened rugby fan, it is incisive and required reading. To anyone involved in sports coaching or administration, regardless of the sport or level of competition, 'Winning!' is essential reading.' -- Yorkshire Post 20041106 'Very different to pretty much any sporting autobiography on the market! Fascinating.' -- Daily Express 20041110 'Entertaining and informative.' -- The Sun 20040917 'The best feature of the book is that the essential Woodward comes through so strongly.' -- The Sunday Times sports books of the year 20041210