BOD trolls Tesco ahead of autobiography launch

BOD trolls Tesco ahead of autobiography launch

Brian O’Driscoll made a cheeky reference on Twitter today to the leaking of Roy Keane’s recent biography ‘The Second Half’.

The Ireland and Leinster rugby legend is releasing his own autobiography on October 23 and is determined that there will be no leaks ahead of time.

Saying “Not for your eyes mr manager in Tesco's in Manchester”, O’Driscoll was referring to the wholesale leaking of stories from Keane’s book earlier this month.

They were the result of the book mistakenly going on sale four days early in a Tesco in Manchester.

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