The inside story of the 2013 British Lions tour of Australia, as told by Head Coach, Warren Gatland - drawing on his story as Wales and Wasps coach on his way to claiming one of the top jobs in international rugby In the summer of 2013, Warren Gatland - Wales and one-time London Wasps rugby coach, and one of the most respected figures in the game - will lead the British Lions on an historic tour of Australia. All eyes will be on Gatland and his squad as they look to claim one of the most coveted prizes in international rugby. In this compelling, vividly told account, Gatland will take the reader behind the scenes of the tour - explaining his selection process, tactics and the decisive moments among the players that will lead the Lions to success. He will also look back at his stellar career so far, from his days as a player to the heights of coaching his sport, to reflect on his journey to the top table of the British game. This is the biggest rugby book of the year from a larger-than-life character, as he stands poised to deliver British rugby the greatest of trophies
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Warren Gatland is a former New Zealand rugby footballer and the current head coach of the Wales national team. He is also the Head Coach for the 2013 British and Irish Lions tour of Australia. Gerry Thornley is Rugby Correspondent of the Irish Times and author of the biography of Trevor Brennan.
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