PAUL SCULTHORPE Is The Man Who Was Born To Be A Superstar Touted As A Future Great Britain Skipper Before He Even Played His First Game As A Professional, He Has Than Lived Up To The Billing Over The Ensuing YearsThe Only Player To Ever Be Named Man Of Steel In Successive Years, The St Helens Captain Is Arguably The Most Talented Man To Grace A Rugby League Field In Modern Times Yet Sculthorpe Did Not Always Have His Sights Set On Challenge Cup And Grand Final Glory As A Youngster He Spent His Time Booting A Football Around With Brother Lee And Actually Had To Be Forced Into Playing His First Game Of RugbyFrom That Moment A Star Was Born, As He Went On To Captain Every Side He Represented, Even Though He Was Often Playing A Year Above His Age GroupWarrington Were The First To Spot That Potential, Snapping Him Up On Schoolboy Terms, And Helping Shape The Greatest Player In Super League History When He Went Hunting A Bigger Stage, St Helens Had No Hesitation Paying A World Record , A Transfer Fee That Quickly Looked A BargainSince Then Various Rugby Union Clubs Have Sounded Out The Chances Of Tempting Him Into A Code Switch, While The Biggest Names In Australia Would Love To Take The Prize Pom Down UnderThroughout It All Scully Has Stayed True To His Roots, Even Though That Loyalty Was Sorely Tested When Knee Injuries Led To A Whispering Campaign That He Was FinishedNow Sculthorpe Lifts The Lid On A Remarkable Career The Highs And The Lows The Friendships And The Fall Outs And Where He Feels His Future REALLY Lies It S A No Holds Barred Account Of One Man S Incredible Rise To The Top And The Steely Determination Which Keeps Him There

8 thoughts on “Sculthorpe: Man of Steel

  1. says:

    Superb book very honest account of his life

  2. says:

    Good value for the price

  3. says:

    Family, matches, injuries, and little else, typical rugby league players book not as good as Shaun Longs

  4. says:

    Very good trafing

  5. says:

    A very good read , really pleased.

  6. says:

    A good read

  7. says:

    great book

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