Ben Cohen: Carry Me Home

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I ead George Cohen s autobiography a few weeks back so I was somewhat familiar with the family trauma surrounding the murder of Ben Cohen s father George s brother There are also shared family anecdotes that are The Kaya-Girl recounted in both books Carry Me Home contains greater intimacy and pain that surrounds the tragedy of Ben s father and it s effects on the family and ultimately on the Number 11 s sporting achievements playing for Northampton Saints the French team Brive Ben Cohen’s dad didn’t know anything about the sport his young son had taken up but he was happy to drive him to practice and was soon helping out at the club When his business went bankrupt money was tight but Ben’s hard working parents inspired their son to put his all intougbyThen when Ben was 20 his father intervened in a fight in the nightclub where he worked He was viciously beaten and one month later he died in hospital Ben was

Ale Sharks the British and Irish Lions and the pinnacle of his career winning the Rugby Union World Cup in 2003 with EnglandThe book is a moving and inspiring ead and I can only admire the way Ben climbed to the top of his sport and the sterling way he ose above the shattering events of Peter Cohen s senseless deathThe Cohen s clearly possess the Omnibus Films right stuff to produce two England World Cup winners Of the two books I wouldecommend this one and it also contains ve. Oing an England press conference at the time and it was down to coach Clive Woodward to deliver the devastating news But the ordeal was far from over The inuest lasted five months before the funeral could be held and it was a year before the family were in court facing Peter’s assailantsBen put all of the anger and pain from his father’s death into his ugby Fast and powerful on the wing he was soon the best in the world in his position and.

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Ry few editing errors unlike Uncle George s This has been an efreshing a very different autobiography from a Slave Again (Whispers of Refuge rugby player I liked the writing andelaxed style of this autobiography by Ben Cohen honest and open I liked that though it was about a ugby player it was so much The love and bond that he has with his family and the loss of his father was so poignant and had me close to tears I ve ajways liked Ben as a ugby player now I have a even deeper espect for him. A cornerstone of the England team culminating in the legendary World Cup win in Sydney in 2003 And yet he always felt like an outsider Most people didn’t know that Ben is clinically deaf His sixth sense for the game got him through on the pitch but off it his poor hearing was often taken for arroganceThis is an inspirational story of passion and pain; of the highs of achieving your goals and the grief of losing something you can never get ba.