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Complete Eric Cantona

Author : Darren Phillips
ISBN : 1901746585
Genre : Soccer players
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Eric Cantona's career at Old Trafford lasted only 5 years but its lasting impact is still being felt today. During that comparatively small span, Cantona's dedication and self-confidence enabled a club to emerge from over a quarter of a century of failure and self-doubt. Cantona's career before he arrived in England had been nomadic at best, self-destructive at worst. He blazed a trail through French football but the highest profile incidents centred on his spectacular misbehaviour and clashes with authority. By the time he was snapped up by Leeds manager Howard Wilkinson in early 1992, he seemed to have burned most of his bridges in France. A lucky phone call was the catalyst for Cantona's £1m transfer to United following a brief Leeds career during which the Frenchman had added inspiration to a team founded on perspiration. Most Manchester United fans recognised Cantona's class, his decisive role in Leeds 1992 title triumph and his instant hero status among Yorkshiremen. Yet few could have anticipated the quality that would shine through following his arrival at Old Trafford. For 26 years Manchester United fans had suffered under the jack boot of Liverpool's domination of European and domestic trophies. Cowed into submission, their fans tended to hope for the best but feared the worst, even 6 seasons of relative success under Ferguson hadn't changed that mindset. Cantona's fearless attitude transformed the club, almost in an instant. Never has a football club been so altered from one day to the next by one signing. Never has a club gone from 'nearly men' to 'champions' at the stroke of a pen. All of a sudden, the boot was on the other foot and remains so to this day. over 10 years since Eric last kicked a ball in anger. This book details every game Eric played for Manchester United, Leeds United and the French national team as well as potted summaries of his career in France. Darren Phillips, author of "The Complete George Best", has painstakingly researched his remarkable career in France, England and in the French national team. This book can be read either as a work of reference or a detailed insight into a career that altered the dynamics within English football for good.
Category: Soccer players

Complete Ebook Collection

Author : Alan Gibbons
ISBN : 9781444011111
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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An action packed complete collection of the eight book Total Football series from bestselling writer Alan Gibbons. This collection contains the following stories: 1. Some You Win . . . 2. Under Pressure 3. Divided We Fall 4. Injury Time 5. Last Man Standing 6. Power Play 7. Twin Strikers 8. Final Countdown
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Forty Complete Pub Quizzes

Author : Brian Daugherty
ISBN : 9780244165673
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Forty ready-made quizzes. Each quiz has 6 rounds, each of 10 questions

Sports Science A Complete Introduction Teach Yourself

Author : Simon Rea
ISBN : 9781473614901
Genre : Medical
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Written by a Lecturer in Sport and Fitness with over ten years' experience in teaching and devising degree modules, Sports Science: A Complete Introduction is designed to give you everything you need to succeed, all in one place. It covers the key areas that students are expected to be confident in, outlining the basics in clear, jargon-free English and providing added-value features like summaries of key experiments and even lists of questions you might be asked in your seminar or exam. Each chapter covers a key introductory area, so by the end of the book you'll have a clear understanding of the essential principles of sport science. Starting with key points in anatomy and physiology, it covers sports psychology, biomechanics and also introduces sports nutrition, as well as how to plan research in sport. It is structured to mirror the way sports science is taught on many first year undergraduate and foundation degree courses. By the end you'll have a clear understanding of the essential principles of sport science.
Category: Medical

Complete Kenny Dalglish

Author : Darren Phillips
ISBN : 1901746747
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February 2011 marks the twentieth anniversary of the end of Kenny Dalglish's managerial reign at Liverpool FC. A legend on the pitch during a playing career that spanned one of the most successful eras of any club in European and domestic football, his departure signalled the end of the Anfield club's monstrous success. Now Darren Phillips, author of "The Complete George Best" and "The Complete Eric Cantona", details every match played by 'King Kenny' for Celtic and Liverpool during a glorious career.

Complete Book Of The World Cup 2006

Author : Cris Freddi
ISBN : 000722916X
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 90.7 MB
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This is the ultimate reference book on the World Cup, with match-by-match articles featuring the biggest names in world football, plus results from every game played. All the statistics are here in one volume, enough to satisfy the most avid of World Cup fans, including team line-ups, goalscorers, stadiums, referees, crowd figures and exact dates, plus an authoritative records and statistics section, as well as detailed reports of every game played in the finals. From the brilliant Italian team, winners in 1934, and Geoff Hurst's hat-trick for England in 1966 to the fabulous Brazilian team of Pele, Tostao and Jairzinho of 1970, and the 1998 French side of Zidane, Deschamps and Desailly, all the fabulous memories and defining moments are captured in this one book. As well as the facts and feats, this book contains archive photographs of some of the most memorable images of football's greatest tournament.
Category: Sports & Recreation


Author : Martin McQuillan
ISBN : 0415936888
Genre : Philosophy
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First published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Philosophy