Rugby's hard man reveals all
Last Updated: July 24, 2012 2:18pm
The latest episode of our Sporting Chapters series features former England captain Lewis Moody.
The flanker made 71 appearances for England and was part of the famous 2003 World Cup winning side. He was also selected for the 2005 Lions Tour of New Zealand and played over 200 times for Leicester before ending his career earlier this year at Bath.
Moody's autobiography, 'Mad Dog: An Englishman', discusses the highs and lows of his career from domestic triumph and disappointment to international success and heartbreak.
Hear more about his thoughts on the key moments of his career by watching the video at the top of the page, in which he talks to Ed Draper about...
RETIREMENT - Moody reveals how he is coping with life away from the field.
WORLD GLORY - Moody discusses the 2003 World Cup win - and reveals the frustrations of not starting every game.
DALLAGLIO - Moody talks about the uncomfortable relationship he had with his England team-mate during his playing days.
CONTROVERSY - He also talks about the mistakes made by the England team in New Zealand - on and off the field.
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