Mud, Blood and Beer
Rugby League in 1970s
|Format||Paperback / softback|
|Book Size||232 x 156 x 22 mm (H x W x D)|
|Imprint||New Holland Publishers|
|Release Date||22 Sep 2014|
|Subject Classification||Sports & outdoor recreation / Ball games / Rugby football / Rugby League|
The 1970s was the toughest and most controversial decade in rugby league history known as the era of the biff , the 1970s saw Rugby League competition become the most competitive in the world.
Mud, Blood and Beer is the inside story of the decade where the rules didn t always apply and it was play at any risk! Where players didn t earn extraordinary money like in today s game and where they worked hard all week in regular job and then played hard for 80 minutes where mateship and the odd biff was all part of the game.
Mud, Blood and Beer, discusses the characters of the game and the growth of the clubs and how the game changed from backyard clubs to corporate establishments.
A light hearted read on how times have changed and where if you couldn t handled the tough stuff you didn t make it...