Football School Terrific Teams: 50 True Stories of Football's Greatest SidesAutor Alex Bellos, Ben Lyttleton Ilustrat de Spike Gerrell
en Limba Engleză Paperback – iul 2021
Discover the incredible true stories behind the most famous clubs in history.
Find out the stories behind the most legendary clubs in football history, such as Manchester United, Real Madrid and Liverpool. Explore how these teams have overcome failure and tragedy to win leagues and lift trophies and enter the record books. Also discover fascinating facts about more unknown clubs, including the German team with skull and crossbones logo and the most eco-friendly club in the world. Perfect for fans of Football School: Star Players and Football School: Epic Heroes, this collection of fifty true stories is a must-read for any young football fan.
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Dimensiuni: 128 x 195 x 16 mm
Greutate: 0.18 kg
Editura: Walker Books Ltd.
Alex Bellos writes about maths and puzzles for the Guardian and is the bestselling author of Alex¿s Adventures in Numberland and Alex Through the Looking-Glass, as well as two mathematical colouring books. He has also written Futebol: The Brazilian Way of Life, which was shortlisted for Sports Book of the Year, and he ghost-wrote Pelé¿s bestselling autobiography.
Ben Lyttleton is a journalist, broadcaster and football consultant. He is the author of Edge and Twelve Yards: The Art and Psychology of the Perfect Penalty and his football articles have been published in over 20 countries. He is a director of Soccernomics, a football consultancy that helps teams improve their performance.
Spike Gerrell is a prolific cartoonist known for his "spiky-nosed" illustrations. His work has been published in the New Scientist, Independent, Times Educational Supplement and Guardian.