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I Robot

Author : Peter Crouch
ISBN : 9781473569157
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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**A Daily Mail Book of the Year** What happens on the pitch is only half the story. Being a footballer is not just kicking a ball about with twenty-one other people on a big grass rectangle. Sometimes being a footballer is about accidentally becoming best mates with Mickey Rourke, or understanding why spitting is considered football’s most heinous crime. In How to be a Footballer, Peter Crouch took us into a world of bad tattoos and even worse haircuts, a world where you’re on the pitch one minute, spending too much money on a personalised number plate the next. In I, Robot, he lifts the lid even further on the beautiful game. We will learn about Gareth Bale’s magic beans, the Golden Rhombus of Saturday night entertainment, and why Crouchy’s dad walks his dog wearing an England tracksuit from 2005. Whether you’re an armchair expert, or out in the stands every Saturday, crazy for five-a-side or haven’t put on a pair of boots since school, this is the real inside story of how to be a footballer.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

How To Be A Footballer

Author : Peter Crouch
ISBN : 9781473561212
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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**Winner of the 2018 Telegraph Sports Book Awards Sports Bestseller of the Year** 'Very funny on almost every page, wonderfully self-deprecating and very sharp on the ludicrous behaviour of the modern player' - Sunday Times 'The funniest man in British sport' - Metro Featured on BBC Radio 2 with Chris Evans You become a footballer because you love football. And then you are a footballer, and you’re suddenly in the strangest, most baffling world of all. A world where one team-mate comes to training in a bright red suit with matching top-hat, cane and glasses, without any actual glass in them, and another has so many sports cars they forget they have left a Porsche at the train station. Even when their surname is incorporated in the registration plate. So walk with me into the dressing-room, to find out which players refuse to touch a football before a game, to discover why a load of millionaires never have any shower-gel, and to hear what Cristiano Ronaldo says when he looks at himself in the mirror. We will go into post-match interviews, make fools of ourselves on social media and try to ensure that we never again pay £250 for a haircut that should have cost a tenner. We’ll be coached and cajoled by Harry Redknapp, upset Rafa Benitez and be soothed by the sound of an accordion played by Sven-Goran Eriksson’s assistant Tord Grip. There will be some very bad music and some very bad decisions. I am Peter Crouch. This is How To Be A Footballer. Shall we? Can’t get enough of Crouch? Tune into That Peter Crouch Podcast on Radio 5 Live
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Ask A Footballer

Author : James Milner
ISBN : 9781529404937
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Ever wondered what it's REALLY like to be a Premier League footballer? My name is James Milner and I'm not a Ribena-holic. Let me share insights into what it's like being a professional footballer, across my different experiences with Newcastle, Aston Villa, Manchester City and now Liverpool (not forgetting a six-match loan spell at Swindon). Plus my highs - and a few too many lows - playing for England. There isn't a current player who's been playing Premier League football as long as I have, and that gives me a pretty rare perspective into how the top-flight game has changed over the past seventeen years. In this book, I explain how a footballer's working week unfolds - what we eat and how we prepare for matches technically, tactically, mentally and physically - and talk you through the ups and downs of a matchday. I reveal my penalty-taking techniques, half-time team talks and the differences between playing against Lionel Messi, Wilfried Zaha and Jimmy Bullard. I've played for managers ranging from Terry Venables, Peter Reid and Sir Bobby Robson to Martin O'Neill, Fabio Capello and Jurgen Klopp. I tell you what it's like sharing a training ground and a dressing-room with team-mates such as Lee Bowyer, Mario Balotelli and Mo Salah. I also reveal the behind-the-scenes work that went into Liverpool's Champions League success - and the celebrations that followed. So this isn't an autobiography. The whole point of Ask A Footballer is that you, the fans, asked me questions and I have used my own experiences to answer them. I hope you like it, and don't find it too boring.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

I D Rather Be A Footballer

Author : Paul Cookson
ISBN : 0330457136
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Featuring all of Paul Cookson's most popular poems, including "Superman Dog", "The Toilet Seat Has Teeth" and "The Amazing Captain Concorde", this collection also includes "Short Visit, Long Stay."
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Reading Planet So You Want To Be A Footballer Orange Rocket Phonics

Author : Sarah Snashall
ISBN : 9781510442092
Genre : Education
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Children can learn how to shoot, save and perform a range of fancy tricks with this information book on football skills. So you want to be a Footballer? is part of the Rocket Phonics range from Rising Stars Reading Planet. Rocket Phonics offers fully decodable phonics books for Pink A to Orange band that help children build a firm foundation in word reading. Children will practise their phonic skills in context and develop their comprehension skills. Reading Planet books have been carefully levelled to support children in becoming fluent and confident readers. Each book features useful notes and activities to support reading at home as well as comprehension questions to check understanding. Reading age: 5-6 years
Category: Education

How Not To Be A Professional Footballer

Author : Paul Merson
ISBN : 9780007424955
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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An anecdote-driven narrative of the classic footballer's ‘DOs and DO NOTs’ from the ever-popular Arsenal legend and football pundit Paul Merson, aka ‘The Merse’.
Category: Sports & Recreation

How To Be A Footballer S Wife

Author : J. Reynolds
ISBN : 0752225006
Genre : Footballers' Wives. (Television programme)
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How to be a Footballer's Wife covers every important lifestyle choice you need to make and is the complete guide to getting (and staying) at the top of your game. Footballer's Wife Tania Turner talks exclusively about the right designer looks, what shape your pool should be, the pros and cons of hosting your own celeb charity function, plus how to spin negative press, pretending to have a career, accessorising with baby and what to do if your man starts playing away from home.
Category: Footballers' Wives. (Television programme)

A Footballer Called Flip

Author : Ian Whybrow
ISBN : 9781444917758
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Jack Lewis is short. REALLY short. So short, in fact, that Mr Bullock, the St Saviours football coach, doesn't want him on the team. But when Mr Willis discovers Jack's 'footballing brain' ... and Jack's mum steps in with a few tips ... it looks like the School Cup may be just the beginning!
Category: Juvenile Fiction

How To Be A Better Footballer By Reading

Author : Daniel Juan Sánchez
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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"To have an idea is relatively easy or difficult. Nevertheless, what Dani achieves with this book is to make this idea into something feasible, comprehensible and thus, teachable. And it seems to me a one of those dribbles made by Iniesta without touching the ball. Beautiful because is effective, simple and lack of ornaments but at once, so powerful as to break any waist." From Preface of Adolfo Cartujo González (Football Coach)
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Footballer Who Could Fly

Author : Duncan Hamilton
ISBN : 9781446493168
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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'Without football, we were strangers under a shared roof. With it, we were father and son.’ Inspired by his father’s devotion to Newcastle United and the heroes of yesteryear, Duncan Hamilton brings to life a bygone age telling the story of British football from the hardscrabble 1940s and the ‘never-had-it-so-good’ ’50s right through to the dowdy First Division of the ’70s and ’80s, and today’s slick Premiership. Hamilton recalls some of football’s most sublime players, managers and characters, from Bill Shankly and Jackie Milburn to George Best and Lionel Messi. But at the heart of The Footballer Who could Fly is Hamilton’s relationship with his own father. Here he tells how football became the only real connection between two people who, apart from their love of the beautiful game, were wholly different from one another.
Category: Biography & Autobiography