Wayne Bennett's unprecedented 21-year run as coach of the Brisbane Broncos is an extraordinary achievement. His men won all six of the grand finals they contested in this time, and as Queensland State of Origin coach, Bennett lost just two series out of seven. In two stints as Australian coach, he built an incredible record of 11 wins and a draw from 15 Tests. Wayne Bennett: The Man in the Mirror is the candid story of this remarkable man who helped launch a new rugby league club and turned it into a powerhouse. A man of principle, Bennett has had to make many tough choices over the years, such as sacking the legendary Wally Lewis and joining the Super League revolution. In 2008, he made the shock decision to leave the Broncos, and join the ailing Sydney club St George Illawarra. Once again, Bennett is aiming to prove the critics wrong; to prove he's one of a kind.
This book was a great insight into a revered figure in the game of rugby league.His unshakeable hold on ethics and morals in times of challenge were inspiring.A great read and some very valuable life lessons like how to remain humble in the moment of great triumph were some of the most prevelent lessons to me. Very enjoyable.
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