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Mad Dog Moody signs in at Twickenham again

24 November 2011

  • Lewis Moody back at Twickenham for book signing
  • An Englishman is my story, warts and all – Moody
Lewis Moody carries the ball during training

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Lewis “Mad Dog” Moody will be turning out at Twickenham Stadium again on Saturday.

On the day Australia play the Barbarians, recently retired England skipper Moody will be signing copies of Mad Dog: An Englishman, the page-turning autobiography of an England captain, Leicester trophy winner turned Bath new boy, and family man.

Lewis will be in the South Stand Rugby Store from 11.30am to 1pm and he said: "Twickenham will always be a very special place for me and I can’t wait to go back there on Saturday. It will be strange not playing and I'll probably head for the changing room by mistake but I am looking forward to meeting and thanking some of the supporters who have been brilliant over the years."

A match ticket is not required to enter the South Stand Rugby Store.

Mad Dog: An Englishman is an emotional ride through Moody’s life, from the dark days of debilitating illness and anger management to success with Leicester Tigers and World Cup glory in 2003.

Moody said: "An Englishman is my story, warts and all. It will allow you into the inner sanctum of my life, from the early days of student and rugby dressing room mayhem, to the latter years of relocation, fatherhood and international captaincy."

 

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