From one of the game's true champions - a man who has captained both the West Coast Eagles and Carlton - comes a revealing, honest and unique autobiography.
A rare and intimate look inside the world of the elite sportsman. Few people know Australian-rules football better than Chris Judd. He's one of the game's out-and-out champions, having captained two of the greatest clubs in the league - the West Coast Eagles and Carlton - and taken the Eagles to premiership victory in 2006. He's won the Brownlow Medal twice, been a dual Leigh Matthews trophy winner, awarded the AFL's MVP twice as voted by the players, and selected as an All Australian six times.
His autobiography is a unique journey into the game, describing with extraordinary candour what it's like to climb to the highest levels, to achieve the ultimate goal of your sport, and to experience the full measure of heartache and failure that inevitably accompany more than a decade of playing at the elite level.
Few sportsmen have shared such intimacy and insight into their world, and the result is a book that's worthy of Chris Judd the player - intelligent, surprising and head and shoulders above its competition.
Just terrible. This is honestly the worst book I've ever come across. Please don't read or listen to this garbage. This book has made me think twice about watching football ever again. Just so you know for sure Chris you killed football for me.
Eloquently written with a unique insight into the mind of an elite athlete. Loved listening to this and as a big Chris Jude fan, it was really interesting listening to his take on being in the public eye. Favourite parts were about the mindset differences between a good and great player. Lots of respect for CJ.