The definitive autobiography of the legendary rugby coach who has led Wales for well over a decade, and master-minded two hugely successful southern hemisphere tours at the helm of the British and Irish Lions.
Cavan's Charlie Gallagher was the GAA's George Best of the swinging sixties. A scholar with style, he was a graduate who dressed in sharp suits and drove a red Sunbeam Rapier. Like the Manchester United idol away from the arena, Charlie faced many varied challenges which followed him to his untimely death in 1989.
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