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Mr Super League, Keith Senior, is one of British rugby’s most recognisable and controversial individuals. Among only a handful of survivors from rugby league’s old winter era, he has scored more tries and played more games than anyone else in Super League history. Now his explosive autobiography lifts the lid on his incident-packed life on and off the pitch and reveals his remarkable journey from council house to country estate. For the first time, Senior outlines the full story behind a failed drugs test, which almost ended his career.
Never one to pull his punches, he details his life as a teenage hoodlum, transition from parks rugby to the Test arena and role in the Challenge Cup’s greatest upset. Senior takes readers behind the scenes of Leeds Rhinos’ four Grand Final triumphs and unveils the true facts of his departure from the club he loves. With remarkable frankness, he also discusses the ups and downs of his life away from rugby, his eBay obsession and his new persona as a country gent.
Love him or loathe him, Keith Senior is a character who can’t be ignored – and his long-awaited autobiography is a must-read for any sports fan.
Keith Andrew Senior (born 24 April 1976 in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire) is an English former professional rugby league footballer who played for the Sheffield Eagles and the Leeds Rhinos in the Super League. A Great Britain and England international representative centre, he is considered one of the greatest players of the Super League era. During his career he won every honour in the British domestic game and held the records for the most Super League appearances (413) and tries (199), until overtaken by Paul Wellens, and his former Leeds Rhinos team mate Danny McGuire, respectively, in 2012. He represented both Great Britain and England at international level, and was named in the ‘Rugby League World XIII’ on three occasions.
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