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Andres Iniesta The Illusionist

Author : Matt Oldfield
ISBN : 9781786064844
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Andrés was always smaller than his friends, but he refused to let that stop him becoming one of the most special footballers of all time. Andrés Iniesta: The Illusionist tells of how his talent and hard work shone through as he rose up the ranks to become captain of the greatest Barcelona side ever, and score the winning goal in the World Cup final for Spain. Tom Oldfield is a freelance sports writer and the author of biographies on Cristiano Ronaldo, Arsène Wenger and Rafael Nadal. Matt Oldfield is an accomplished writer and the editor-in-chief of football review site Of Pitch and Page.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Andr S Iniesta

Author : Tom Oldfield
ISBN : 1786063808
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Although he was small, Iniesta always dreamed big. From a young age he excelled on the pitch, making his debut on the Barcelona first team aged only 18. From there his career grew exponentially. He was part of the Barcelona team that won a historic six trophies in 2009 and was named UEFA's best player in Europe in 2012. Iniesta is the captain for Barcelona FC and has an astonishing 32 trophies to his name, making him the most decorated Spanish player ever.
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Iniesta Ultimate Football Heroes Collect Them All

Author : Matt Oldfield
ISBN : 9781786068743
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Meet Andrés Iniesta, Ultimate Football Hero. 'As he stood in the tunnel with his teammates behind him and the pitch ahead of him, Andrés smiled to himself. He re-positioned the armband one last time and closed his eyes.' Andrés was always smaller than his friends, but he refused to let that stop him becoming one of the most skilful footballers ever. Iniesta tells of how his talent and hard work shone through as he became captain of Barcelona, and went on to score the winning goal in the World Cup final. Ultimate Football Heroes is a series of biographies telling the life-stories of the biggest and best footballers in the world and their incredible journeys from childhood fan to super-star professional player. Written in fast-paced, action-packed style these books are perfect for all the family to collect and share.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Artist Being Iniesta

Author : Andrés Iniesta
ISBN : 9781472232328
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Andrés Iniesta is the Barcelona and Spain legend, rated by the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Paul Scholes as one of the greatest footballers of all time. This is the thinking fan's footballer with a thinking fan's football book. Andrés Iniesta was twelve years old when scouts invited him into Barcelona's famous La Masia academy. Shortly after he joined the club, Barca legend Pep Guardiola remarked of him, 'This lad is going to retire us all.' Iniesta rapidly became a permanent fixture in the Barca midfield, propelling the club to a raft of trophies, including eight La Liga championships and four Champions League titles. With his country he has won the European Championship twice, and scored the winning goal in the 2010 World Cup final. Behind the wonderfully graceful passing and movement, and the accolades and trophies he has garnered, there exists an intelligent and thoughtful man who, until now, has let his beautifully skilful feet do the talking. In The Artist: Being Iniesta, the Spanish maestro paints a vivid self-portrait, in his own words but also in those of his coaches, team-mates, opponents, friends and family. The result is intriguing.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Iniesta

Author : Matt Oldfield
ISBN : 1786068044
Genre : Soccer players
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Ultimate Football Heroes is a series of biographies telling the life-stories of the biggest and best footballers in the world and their incredible journeys from childhood fan to super-star professional player. Written in fast-paced, action-packed style these books are perfect for all the family to collect and share.
Category: Soccer players

Luis Suarez Crossing The Line My Story

Author : Luis Suarez
ISBN : 9781472224255
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Luis Suárez was a young boy already in love with football by the time his family moved from the countryside to Uruguay's capital, Montevideo. The guile and trickery of the street kid made an impact with the country's biggest club, Nacional, before he was spotted by Dutch scouts who brought him to Europe. Suárez was lured from Ajax to Merseyside by another iconic number 7, Kenny Dalglish. From that moment, he terrorised Premier League defences, driving a resurgent Liverpool towards their most exciting top-flight season in 24 years. But there is another side to Luis Suárez: the naturally fiery temperament which drives his competitiveness on the pitch. There was the very public incident with Patrice Evra of bitter rivals Manchester United, and the biting of Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic. Then during the World Cup finals in Brazil, in a physical encounter against Italy, he bit defender Giorgi Chiellini on the shoulder. Banned from football for four months, derided by the press, he was marched out of the country. In the summer's final twist, he became one of the most expensive footballers of all time, moving from Liverpool to Barcelona. In his first season at the Nou Camp he helped Barca to La Liga and Copa del Rey titles, scoring 16 goals in 27 games. In Crossing the Line, Luis Suárez talks from the heart about his intriguing career, his personal journey from scrapping street kid to performer on football's biggest stage, and the never-say-die attitude that sometimes causes him to overstep the mark.
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Invest To Win Earn Keep Profits In Bull Bear Markets With The Gainsmaster Approach

Author : Toni Turner
ISBN : 9780071798389
Genre : Business & Economics
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Offers advice on managing investments in both uptrending and downtrending markets, revealing how to evaluate company financial reports, recognize signals that foretell shifts in the market, and exit investments at the right time.
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Gareth Bale

Author : Tom Oldfield
ISBN : 1784186457
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When a young Gareth's PE teacher told him he could only play with one foot to give the other team a chance, it was obvious he was a special talent. His early career was a constant struggle. He was dogged by injuries and was almost sold by Spurs after fans believed he was cursed--they failed to win 24 games in a row with Gareth in the team. But one night changed all that. Destroying his opposite number in Spurs' first Champions League campaign, he announced himself on the world stage in blistering style. And now he plays at the greatest club in the world, Real Madrid, alongside the world's greatest player, Ronaldo. He was instrumental in winning Madrid their 10th European Cup--La Decima--after scoring the decisive goal in the final. His story is a lesson that applied talent can overcome any obstacle.
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Feminism Unfinished A Short Surprising History Of American Women S Movements

Author : Dorothy Sue Cobble
ISBN : 9780871408211
Genre : Social Science
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Reframing feminism for the twenty-first century, this bold and essential history stands up against "bland corporate manifestos" (Sarah Leonard). Eschewing the conventional wisdom that places the origins of the American women’s movement in the nostalgic glow of the late 1960s, Feminism Unfinished traces the beginnings of this seminal American social movement to the 1920s, in the process creating an expanded, historical narrative that dramatically rewrites a century of American women’s history. Also challenging the contemporary “lean-in,” trickle-down feminist philosophy and asserting that women’s histories all too often depoliticize politics, labor issues, and divergent economic circumstances, Dorothy Sue Cobble, Linda Gordon, and Astrid Henry demonstrate that the post-Suffrage women’s movement focused on exploitation of women in the workplace as well as on inherent sexual rights. The authors carefully revise our “wave” vision of feminism, which previously suggested that there were clear breaks and sharp divisions within these media-driven “waves.” Showing how history books have obscured the notable activism by working-class and minority women in the past, Feminism Unfinished provides a much-needed corrective.
Category: Social Science