Chris Judd has been widely recognised as one of the greatest AFL footballers of the modern game. In a career that stretched from 2001 to 2015, Judd captained the West Coast Eagles to premiership victory in 2006, won the Brownlow Medal twice (in 2004 and 2010), was twice awarded the Leigh Matthews Trophy for the AFL Players' Association's Most Valuable Player, and was selected as an All Australian six times. He lives in Melbourne with his wife and two children.
Published: August 2016
Intelligent, surprising, and head and shoulders above its competition - the autobiography of Chris Judd is the football book of the decade. A rare and intimate look inside the world of the elite sportsman.