2018 Fifa World Cup Russia Tm Official Book

Autor: Keir Radnedge
Publisher: Carlton Books
ISBN: 9781787390300
File Size: 32,63 MB
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Get ready for the excitement of the 2018 World Cup! Packed with stunning photography and expert analysis of each team, its star players, and its prospects in the finals, this official tournament preview is essential for soccer fans everywhere. It features a guide to all 12 stadiums and 11 host cities, a history of the FIFA World Cup, and a tournament progress chart to complete as competition progresses.

The World Cup

Autor: Matt Doeden
Publisher: Millbrook Press
ISBN: 1541523288
File Size: 78,13 MB
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The World Cup is international soccer's championship tournament, and it rules the global sports stage. Award-winning author Matt Doeden explores the history of international soccer and covers the World Cup's greatest moments, from the Save of the Century to Diego Maradona's Hand of God goal to the United States Women's National Team's dominance. The most shocking goals, the greatest upsets, and the fun and fanfare of soccer's biggest event are all here.

Mammoth Book Of The World Cup

Autor: Nick Holt
Publisher: Robinson
ISBN: 147211051X
File Size: 31,94 MB
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An all-encompassing, chronological guide to football's World Cup, one of the world's few truly international events, in good time for the June 2018 kick-off in Russia. From its beginnings in 1930 to the modern all-singing, all-dancing self-styled 'greatest show on Earth', every tournament is covered with features on major stars and great games, as well as stories about some less celebrated names and quirky stats and intriguing essays. Holt's focus is very much on what takes place on the field, rather than how football is a mirror for economic corruption, or how a nation's style of play represents a profound statement about its people, or how a passion for football can lift underpaid, socially marginalised people out of poverty. From the best World Cups, in 1958 and 1970, to the worst, in 1962 and 2010, he looks behind the facts and the technical observations to the stories: the mysterious sins of omission; critical injuries to key players; and coaching U-turns. He explains how England's World Cup achievements under Sven-Göran Eriksson, far from being a national disgrace, were actually quite impressive, and looks at why Alf Ramsey didn't take Bobby Charlton off in 1970, but this is no parochial, jingoistic account. The book also asks why Brazil did not contribute in 1966, despite having won the previous two tournaments and going on to win the next one? Why the greatest players of their day did not always shine at the World Cup - George Best and Alfredo Di Stefano, for example, never even made it to the Finals. Why did Johann Cruyff not go to the 1978 World Cup? And why did one of Germany's greatest players never play in the World Cup? There are lots of tables, some filled with obvious, but necessary information, but others with more quirky observations. Alongside accounts of epic games, there are also brief biographies of all the great heroes of the World Cup.

The Official History Of The Fifa World Cup

Autor: Fifa World Football Museum
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781787390188
File Size: 22,77 MB
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No event rivals the World Cup--and now you can look back at all 20 tournaments, starting from the first game in 1930! Packed with stunning photography, official documents, and statistics, this officially endorsed history from FIFA tells behind-the-scenes stories, analyzes the legendary matches, and features the biggest stars as well as many lesser-known players. It's a must-read for soccer fans around the world.

The Story Of The World Cup

Autor: Brian Glanville
Publisher: Faber & Faber
ISBN: 0571271278
File Size: 39,76 MB
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The dramatic and controversial history of the world's leading tournament. Brian Glanville's classic account is a celebration of the great players and matches from Uruguay in 1930 to Germany in 2006 - and a bold attack on all those who have mismanaged the 'beautiful game'.

Encyclopedia Of The Fifa World Cup

Autor: Tom Dunmore
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 0810887436
File Size: 29,14 MB
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The FIFA World Cup is the world’s most-watched sporting event. A cumulative television audience of several billion people tuned in to the 2014 World Cup, and an estimated 700 million watched the finals. The Encyclopedia of the FIFA World Cup provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date information available on the history of this incomparable event. Hundreds of entries cover players, coaches, officials, stadiums, overviews of each major country’s performances, and more. Including an indispensable bibliography on the key World Cup texts, this volume is an essential reference for soccer fans, players, and researchers alike.

2014 Fifa World Cup Brazil Official Book

Autor: John Mattos
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781780974705
File Size: 21,80 MB
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Packed with stunning photography and expert analysis of each team, its star players and its prospects in the finals, this is essential reading for football fans everywhere. The book also features a guide to each of the stadiums and host cities, a history of the World Cup and a tournament progress chart that can be filled in as the competition progresses. No other event in the sporting world can rival the glamour, impact, fervent following and universal appeal of the World Cup - and no other tournament comes close to the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Official Book. Whether you are watching the games live in Brazil or in your own home, this is the tournament preview for you.

Goal

Autor: Michael Donald
Publisher: Hamlyn
ISBN: 0600635449
File Size: 32,81 MB
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Beautifully illustrated and officially licensed by FIFA, Goal! is a unique football book that captures the essence of the ultimate sporting achievement. This is a fascinating portrait of the men who have lived the dream of every football fan worldwide. Includes: Intimate portraits by award-winning photographer Michael Donald Interviews with the players, giving fascinating insight into the occassion, from the music they played on the bus to the stadium, to the meal they ate afterwards Profiles on Pelé, Ronaldo, Zidane, Götze annd many more of the greats The book includes the story of what happened in each FIFA World Cup?, what happened to the players afterwards and what they do today. There's also a comprehensive statistics section covering all the facts and figures for each World Cup tournament so readers can relive the matches they saw, and discover the details about the ones they didn't.

The World Cup

Autor: Terry Crouch
Publisher: Aurum PressLtd
ISBN:
File Size: 62,75 MB
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Chronicles every World Cup competition since 1930 and includes highlights of leading scorers.