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              Against the Odds: Matt Te Pou and Maori Rugby
               

              Against the Odds: Matt Te Pou and Maori Rugby (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Te Pou, Matt; McILraith, Matt

              • RRP: $20.00
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              Describes how Matt Te Pou's coaching of the Moari rugby team achieved a winning record envied in the rugby world. Matt gives insights into his coaching style, motivational prompts and the influence his military background has had on his coashing style. Includes a statistical reco...rd of matches, anecdotes from the players and many previously unpublished photographs.
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              ISBN 9781869692513
              Published NZ 1 Nov 2006
              Publisher Huia Publishers
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              Robbie Deans: Red, Black & Gold
                

              Robbie Deans: Red, Black & Gold (EPUB ebook)

              By McILraith, Matt

              For fans of Rugby Union in Australia the appointment of a coach from NZ, Australia's biggest rival, was a shock. But with poor performances the order of the day for our national team something radical had to be done. An All Black, the pin-up boy of the Canterbury team of his gene...ration and a rebel with the Cavaliers during a 12-year playing career, Robbie Deans was appointed as Australia's first foreign-born coach. What followed was a career as one of the best coaches of the modern era. After 17 years coaching professionally, Robbie still boasts a 70 per cent success rate. He remains Super Rugby's most successful coach, six seasons after his departure from the Crusaders. Now he reveals the old-fashioned values that have underpinned his career and breaks the silence on his removal from the Wallabies coaching job, examining in depth five turbulent years where the systemic and cultural challenges off the field were every bit as daunting and unrelenting as was confronting the best team on the planet. Featuring accounts by Wallaby David Pocock , All Black Dan Carter, players on both sides of the ditch, coaches, media commentators like Peter FitzSimons and administrators, this is a story told by those who know Robbie best.
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              ISBN 9781927262221
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              Language en
              Published NZ 1 Oct 2014
              Publisher Faber Factory
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              Robbie Deans: Red Black and Gold
               

              Robbie Deans: Red Black and Gold (Hardback)

              By McILraith, Matt

              • RRP: $19.99
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              For fans of Rugby Union in Australia the appointment of a coach from NZ, Australia's biggest rival, was a shock. But with poor performances the order of the day for our national team something radical had to be done. An All Black, the pin-up boy of the Canterbury team of his gene...ration and a rebel with the Cavaliers during a 12-year playing career, Robbie Deans was appointed as Australia's first foreign-born coach. What followed was a career as one of the best coaches of the modern era. After 17 years coaching professionally, Robbie still boasts a 70 per cent success rate. He remains Super Rugby's most successful coach, six seasons after his departure from the Crusaders. Now he reveals the old-fashioned values that have underpinned his career and breaks the silence on his removal from the Wallabies coaching job, examining in depth five turbulent years where the systemic and cultural challenges off the field were every bit as daunting and unrelenting as was confronting the best team on the planet. Featuring accounts by Wallaby David Pocock , All Black Dan Carter, players on both sides of the ditch, coaches, media commentators like Peter FitzSimons and administrators, this is a story told by those who know Robbie best.
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              ISBN 9781927262122
              Published NZ 1 Oct 2014
              Publisher Upstart Press Ltd
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              Robbie Deans : Red, Black and Gold

              Robbie Deans : Red, Black and Gold (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              With McILraith, Matt

              • RRP: $39.99
              • $31.99
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              • Temporarily out of stock

              For fans of Rugby Union in Australia the appointment of a coach from NZ, Australia's biggest rival, was a shock. But with poor performances the order of the day for our national team something radical had to be done. Was it enough? An All Black, the pin-up boy of the Canterbury t...eam of his generation and a rebel with the Cavaliers during a 12-year playing career, Robbie Deans was appointed as Australia's first foreign-born coach. What followed was a career as one of the best coaches of the modern era. After 17 years coaching professionally, Robbie still boasts a 70 per cent success rate. He remains Super Rugby's most successful coach, six seasons after his departure from the Crusaders. Now he reveals the old-fashioned values that have underpinned his career and breaks the silence on his removal from the Wallabies coaching job, examining in depth five turbulent years where the systemic and cultural challenges off the field were every bit as daunting and unrelenting as was confronting the best team on the planet. But this is not simply a book by Robbie about Robbie. Featuring accounts by Wallaby David Pocock , All Black Dan Carter, players on both sides of the ditch, coaches, media commentators like Peter FitzSimons and administrators, Robbie Deans - Red, Black and Gold is a story told by those who know Robbie best.
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              ISBN 9781742709567
              Published NZ 1 Oct 2014
              Publisher Hardie Grant Books
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              Robbie Deans - Red, Black & Gold
                 

              Robbie Deans - Red, Black & Gold (Paperback, [Large Print])

              By McILraith, Matt

              The career of Robbie Deans is without parallel in the annals of New Zealand rugby. He was an All Black, the pin - up boy of the Canterbury team of his generation and a rebel with the Cavaliers during a 12 - year playing career. Even greater acclaim has followed as one of the best... coaches of the modern era. After 17 years coaching professionally,...
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              ISBN 9781459697096
              Released NZ 28 Jul 2015
              Publisher ReadHowYouWant.com Ltd
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