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Polish Expatriate Footballers

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 76. Chapters: Zbigniew Boniek, Jerzy Dudek, Artur Boruc, Artur Krysiak, Tomasz Kuszczak, Pawe? Bro?ek, Grzegorz Rasiak, Maciej ?urawski, ?ukasz Fabia?ski, Robert Lewandowski, Emmanuel Olisadebe, Kazimierz Deyna, Euzebiusz Smolarek, Jakub B?aszczykowski, Franciszek Smuda, Marek Saganowski, Grzegorz Lato, Tomasz Frankowski, Ireneusz Jele?, Tomasz Cywka, Piotr Nowak, Arkadiusz G?owacki, ?ukasz Za?uska, Grzegorz Szamotulski, Tomasz Radzinski, Jacek Krzyn wek, Bartosz ?lusarski, Andrzej Niedzielan, Alex Cisak, Wojciech Kowalewski, Andrew Ornoch, Rados?aw Majewski, ?ukasz Piszczek, Artur Wichniarek, Przemys?aw Ka?mierczak, Zbigniew Ma?kowski, Tomasz Zdebel, Piotr ?wierczewski, Mariusz Lewandowski, Wojciech Kowalczyk, Kamil Kosowski, Micha? ?ew?akow, Rados?aw Matusiak, Robert Szczot, Robert Warzycha, Mariusz Jop, Sebastian Mila, B?a?ej Augustyn, Marcin Wasilewski, Arkadiusz Onyszko, W?odzimierz Luba?ski, Igor Sypniewski, Tomasz Wa?doch, Tomasz Stolpa, Andrzej Juskowiak, Jan Tomaszewski, Tomasz Kupisz, Wojtek Krakowiak, Marek Zie?czuk, W?adys?aw ?muda, Rafa? Grzelak, Kamil Grosicki, Andrzej Kubica, Jakub Wawrzyniak, Wojtek Zarzycki, Seweryn Gancarczyk, Krzysztof Warzycha, Andrzej Rudy, Jerzy Brz?czek, Marcin Baszczy?ski, Jacek B?k, Adam Kokoszka, Tomasz Rz?sa, S?awomir Peszko, J zef M?ynarczyk, Miros?aw Szymkowiak, J zef Wandzik, Rafa? Murawski, Bart?omiej Grzelak, Micha? Janota, Marek Zaj?c, Marcin ?ew?akow, Pawe? Gola?ski, Tomasz Abramowicz, Dariusz Adamczuk, Janusz Kowalik, Pawe? Wojciechowski, Adrian Mrowiec, Pawe? Kieszek, Marcin Adamski, Marek Motyka, Rados?aw Ka?u?ny, Rados?aw Majdan, Marek Le?niak, Kazimierz Kmiecik, Bartosz Bosacki, Dariusz Wdowczyk, Stanley Udenkwor, Marek Ko?mi?ski, Zbigniew Gut, W?odzimierz Smolarek, Ryszard Komornicki, Dariusz Dudka, Dariusz Dziekanowski, Grzegorz Bronowicki, Jerzy Podbro?ny, Rados?aw Gilewi...

Polish Footballers

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 128. Chapters: Zbigniew Boniek, Jerzy Dudek, Artur Boruc, Artur Krysiak, Tomasz Kuszczak, Kazimierz Deyna, Pawe Bro ek, ukasz Fabia ski, Grzegorz Lato, Maciej urawski, Grzegorz Rasiak, Ernst Wilimowski, Jakub B aszczykowski, Euzebiusz Smolarek, Ireneusz Jele, Tomasz Frankowski, Marek Saganowski, Tomasz Cywka, Piotr Nowak, Arkadiusz G owacki, Henryk Kasperczak, Tomasz Radzinski, Henryk Reyman, Jacek Krzyn wek, Andrzej Niedzielan, Ludovic Obraniak, ukasz Piszczek, Bartosz lusarski, Andrew Ornoch, Wojciech Kowalewski, Micha ew akow, Artur Wichniarek, Przemys aw Ka mierczak, Marek Citko, Dawid Janczyk, Kamil Kosowski, Zbigniew Ma kowski, Pawe Abbott, Pawe Janas, Mariusz Lewandowski, Rados aw Sobolewski, Roger Guerreiro, Bartosz Bia kowski, Tomasz Zdebel, Piotr wierczewski, Janusz Michallik, Jacek Gmoch, Wojciech Kowalczyk, Wojciech obodzi ski, Rados aw Matusiak, Eugen Pola ski, ukasz Gargu a, Rafa Boguski, B a ej Augustyn, Mariusz Jop, Jaros aw Fojut, Robert Warzycha, Roman Kosecki, Jerzy Engel, Sebastian Mila, Kazimierz G rski, W odzimierz Luba ski, Marcin Wasilewski, Tomasz Wa doch, Przemys aw Norko, Arkadiusz Onyszko, Tomasz Rz sa, Patryk Ma ecki, Andrzej Kubica, Tomasz Stolpa, Piotr Bro ek, Andrzej Juskowiak, Wojtek Krakowiak, Jan Tomaszewski, W adys aw muda, Damien Perquis, Marcin Baszczy ski, Jaros aw Araszkiewicz, Tomasz Hajto, Jakub Wawrzyniak, Andrzej Szarmach, Antoni Piechniczek, Seweryn Gancarczyk, Marcin Mi ciel, Dariusz Kubicki, Krzysztof Warzycha, Jerzy Brz czek, Jacek B k, Daniel Sikorski, Miros aw Szymkowiak, Micha Janota, J zef M ynarczyk, Grzegorz Bronowicki, Rafa Grzelak, Adam Kokoszka, Antoni Szymanowski, J zef Wandzik, Bart omiej Grzelak, Rados aw Gilewicz, Rafa Murawski, Gerard Cie lik, Przemys aw Kazimierczak, Pawe Gola ski, Piotr wielong, Pawe Kieszek, Marcin ew akow, Ryszard Komornicki, ...

A Season On The Brink

Author : Guillem Balague
ISBN : 9781409138143
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Biographical Portrait of Liverpool's Spanish football manager Rafael Benitez and an extraordinary season for the club. When Rafael Benitez was appointed manager of under-achieving Liverpool at the start of the 2004-2005 season, the reaction of many fans was 'Who the **** is Rafael Benitez?'. The Liverpool fans had grown used to French manager Gerard Houllier but he had been a fan of the club himself since his days as a teacher on Merseyside. A Spaniard with admittedly a wonderful record at Valencia was going to take over management of Liverpool's famous Boot Room and try and win over a disillusioned Kop. But in one season, Benitez's importation of Spanish players, coaching methods and diet has led to a revolution, even usurping Jose Mourinho's Chelsea, whereby the team has ended the season winning the ultimate trophy for any European club - the European Champions League. No fan will ever forget the comeback from a 3-0 deficit to a 3-3 scoreline, then dramatic success in the penalty shoot-out. This is the story of Rafa's remarkable success.
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The Didi Man

Author : Dietmar Hamann
ISBN : 9780755362820
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A warm and highly entertaining account of Dietmar Hamman's personal story, The Didi Man was a Sunday Times bestseller on hardback publication. Dietmar 'Didi' Hamann is a complete one-off. The foreigner with a Scouse accent. The German who now plays cricket for his local village team. The overseas footballer turned anglophile who fell deeply in love with the city of Liverpool, its people and its eponymous football club. The classy midfielder had a long and distinguished playing career, but it was his seven seasons at Anfield that marked him out forever as a true Liverpool legend. His cult status was secured when he came off the bench at half-time during the 2005 Champions League final in Istanbul to inspire his team to a dramatic come-back and spectacular European glory. The Didi Man is Hamann's story of his time on Merseyside at a football club which will always have a very special place in his heart.
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The Liverpool Quiz Book

Author : Chris Cowlin
ISBN : 9781908752130
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Is Liverpool your favourite football team? Have you watched every match? Are you an expert on all the facts, figures and fixtures that have shaped the club’s long history? Then the time has come to find out how much you really know about the people and places that have helped to define the Reds through the years. With 250 testing questions covering every aspect of the club, from unforgettable players, top goalscorers, memorable managers and difficult opponents to League positions, honours and awards, this book can’t fail to turn up one or two surprises alongside all the well documented facts. Packed full of information, The Liverpool Quiz Book is certain to prove a hit with football fans of all ages, whether you want to impress family and friends with your knowledge or simply find out more about the team you support. This tribute to Liverpool FC is a must-have for all fans of the Reds and anyone who is interested in learning more about this successful football club.
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Sami Hyypi

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When Gerard Houllier took over as manager of Liverpool FC in 1999, his quest was to bring glory back to Anfield. His prime concern lay with strengthening his defence and to this end he made what is arguably one of his finest signings. Houllier targeted Sami Hyypiä, a relatively unknown player who was at the time captain of the Dutch team Willem II. This candid biography focuses on Hyypiä's eventful journey from the Finnish village of Voikkaa to the heights of the English Premiership, where he has become the inspirational leader of the Liverpool team. It charts his life from childhood and documents his astonishing rise in the game, from youth teams to Finnish senior sides Pallo-Peikot, KUMU and MyPa - as well as his international career - before moving on to his years in Holland and England playing for Willem II and Liverpool respectively. Hyypia reflects on past games in which he competed against the likes of Batistuta, Rivaldo, Van Nistelrooy and Henry, and recalls the Liverpool derbies in which he's played. He also shares his thoughts on the Reds' 2001 UEFA Cup campaign, in which they defeated the mighty Barcelona in the semi-finals before going on the defeat Deportivo Alavés 5-4 in the final to clinch the coveted trophy. In 2001-02 season, during which the team had to contend with the serious illness of their manager, Hyypiä led them to the quarter-finals of the Champions League and second place in the Premiership. Then, in season 2002-03, Liverpool won the Worthington Cup and narrowly missed out on a Champions League place. Featuring exclusive contributions from numerous former and current colleagues and teammates, including Gérard Houllier, Jari Litmanen and Michael Owen, Sami Hyppiä digs deep to reveal all about the man, his views on the game, and his hopes and plans for the future.
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An Epic Swindle

Author : Brian Reade
ISBN : 9780857386014
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AN EPIC SWINDLE is the inside story of how Liverpool FC came within hours of being re-possessed by the banks after the shambolic 44-month reign of American owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett. It is the tale of a civil war that dragged Britain's most successful football club to its knees, through the High Court and almost into administration. Players Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher tell of their anger at the broken promises, as well as their pain at watching loyal fans in open revolt. Manager, chief executive, board members, leading fans and journalists reveal the turmoil at a revered sporting institution run by two men at war with each other, who trampled Liverpool's cherished traditions into the gutter. No story sums up the naked greed at the heart of modern football quite like Hicks' and Gillett's attempt to turn a buck at Liverpool. No-one has had as much access to the truth, or tells it with as much passion, wit and insight as Brian Reade. AN EPIC SWINDLE is the riveting story of how close one of the great football clubs came to financial implosion.
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