State of Mind ambassador and rugby league legend Adrian Morley will be signing copies of his new book at the Warrington Wolves club shop today.

Moz: My Story

The book signing will take place in WolfWare at The Halliwell Jones Stadium, Monday 12th November, 12pm -2pm.

Wolves’ captain Adrian Morley has been a giant figure in rugby league for nearly 20 years and Moz, his long-awaited autobiography, is as hard-hitting as the man himself. Morley pulls no punches in telling his life story, from the glorious array of trophies to the monster hits and sendings off.

It’s a story littered with silverware and controversy in equal measure. The most-capped Great Britain and England player of all time, he has won Grand Finals in Britain and Australia and captained Warrington to a trio of Challenge Cup Final successes in 2009, 2010 and 2012. He also holds the record for the fastest Test dismissal of all time having been sent off against Australia in 2003 after just 12 seconds!

In this rollercoaster ride of a book Moz gives the inside story of his glittering career as well as spilling the beans for the first time on several controversial run-ins. With a foreword by Ryan Giggs and contributions from rugby league greats including Ellery Hanley, Jamie Peacock, Ruben Wiki and Ricky Stuart, Moz is the warts-and-all story of a rugby league legend.

Adrian Morley has played more times for England and Great Britain than any other player. He has had the longest international career in the sport, amassing more than 50 caps over 15 years.

Born in Salford in 1977, he followed his brother, Chris, into professional rugby league and was a member of the Leeds team which won the last Challenge Cup Final at the ‘old’ Wembley in 1999. Morley went on to enjoy incredible success during six years in Australia with the Sydney Roosters. He won an NRL Premiership in 2002 and a Super League title three years later during a brief spell with Bradford, becoming the only Briton ever to win Grand Finals on both sides of the world.

He returned to England permanently with Warrington in 2006, by which point he had switched from second-row to prop, and captained the Wolves to a trio of Challenge Cup Final success in 2009, 2010 and 2012. He has now made well over 100 appearances for the club.