Paul Newlove con Newlove: At the Centre of Rugby League
Paul Newlove was one the key players in British rugby league from the late 1980s until his retirement in 2004, but has rarely been interviewed in the press. In 1995, he became the world's most expensive rugby league player when he was signed by St Helens for £500,000.
Now retired from the game, he looks back at his career from his early days at Featherstone Rovers, establishing himself at a top club at Bradford, his years of success at St Helens, and finishing his career with Castleford. The book also covers his Great Britain career and other honours.
The book includes a foreword by Daryl Powell and contributions from people who have known Paul in the game, including Peter Fox and St Helens team mates Chris Joynt and Sean Long.
Well illustrated with a full statistics section, it also covers that perennial question about whether Paul is frightened of flying, and much more.