More Thoughts of Chairman Moore: The Wit and Wisdom of Brian Moore Vol. II

More Thoughts of Chairman Moore: The Wit and Wisdom of Brian Moore Vol. II

by Brian Moore
     
 

Pitbull is back and angrier than ever, with another collection of hilariously well-observed and rambunctiously argued grievances about the mad world of sport and beyond.

Following the success of The Thoughts of Chairman Moore, Volume I, you might have hoped that sport's powers that be would have sat up and taken notice of its many faults and flaws. But alas no…  See more details below

Overview

Pitbull is back and angrier than ever, with another collection of hilariously well-observed and rambunctiously argued grievances about the mad world of sport and beyond.

Following the success of The Thoughts of Chairman Moore, Volume I, you might have hoped that sport's powers that be would have sat up and taken notice of its many faults and flaws. But alas no, lunacy prevails and so Brian has taken it upon himself to put forward another collection of his unique insights and not-so-unique frustrations.

Uproariously funny and spot-on in its every complaint, Volume II is required reading for anyone who can't live without sport but who also can't help but wonder at its unbridled idiocy!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780857202475
Publisher:
Simon & Schuster UK
Publication date:
11/10/2011
Series:
THOUGHTS OF CHAIRMAN MOORE
Sold by:
SIMON & SCHUSTER
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
320
File size:
482 KB

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Meet the Author

Brian Moore won 64 caps for the England rugby team between 1987 and 1995. He played in three Rugby World Cups and won the Grand Slam in 1991, 1992 and 1995. He went on two British Lions tours. Originally a qualified solicitor, he writes for the Daily Telegraph, broadcasts on talkSPORT radio and is a co-commentator for international rugby matches alongside Eddie Butler on BBC TV.

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