Gaz : the autobiography of a league legend

Gaz the autobiography of a league legend This is the story of a football champion who crammed highs and lows into an year career than just about any player of his generation Carrying the surname of his uncle and Immortal Reg he had blind

  • Title: Gaz : the autobiography of a league legend
  • Author: Mark Gasnier Andrew Webster
  • ISBN: 9781742755274
  • Page: 481
  • Format: Paperback
  • This is the story of a football champion who crammed highs and lows into an 11 year career than just about any player of his generation Carrying the surname of his uncle and Immortal Reg, he had blinding pace, a shimmy, a step and an innate sense of timing Whether it was for St George Illawarra, NSW or Australia, he could seemingly sniff out a try at will As formerThis is the story of a football champion who crammed highs and lows into an 11 year career than just about any player of his generation Carrying the surname of his uncle and Immortal Reg, he had blinding pace, a shimmy, a step and an innate sense of timing Whether it was for St George Illawarra, NSW or Australia, he could seemingly sniff out a try at will As former NSW coach Phil Gould once remarked Mark Gasnier, the best centre I have seen.

    One thought on “Gaz : the autobiography of a league legend”

    1. Yeah, yeah. If not for the fact this was a gift from my wife (and she never talks football with me), I probably would only have given this one star. But she thought of me (one star), it was about a great Dragon player (one star) and he did play for Australia, a winning Blues side in State of Origin and a premiership-winning St George Illawarra team (one star collectively). Although I suspect this is a pretty generous rating system.

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