BOOKS ABOUT FOOTBALL:-
Pep Guardiola: Another Way of Winning
>About Football Books Pep’ Guardiola is one of the famous book and this book transformed Barcelona into one of the greatest club sides in the history of football (soccer). He was appointed in 2008.
The club went on to win an extraordinary 13 of the 16 competitions they entered under his management. At the end of the 2012 season, he resigned following four years of exceptional achievement.
Guillem Balague’s biography of Pep Guardiola is based in conversation with him, his former players and Pep’s closest friends.
A quote from the book
When Rosell was asked in London, after the club had been awarded the World Team of the Year “What would happen if Pep left at the end of the season?
About the Author
Guillem Balague is a Spanish Football Expert. He has written for numerous English and Spanish newspapers. Balague also wrote the bestselling “A Season on the Brink”, an insider’s account of Liverpool’s 2004-05 Champions’ League winning the campaign.
Foreword by Sir Alex Ferguson
1. Why Did He have to Leave?
1.1 The Whys
1.2 The Decision
2. Pep from a Santpedor Square to the Camp Nou Dugout
3. Pep, the Manager
3.1 The Beginnings
3.2 The Extraordinary 2-6 at the Santiago Bernabéu
3.3 The Six Titles in One Calendar Year
3.4 The Two Champions League Finals
3.5 Pep and His Players
3.6 Pep Guardiola and José Mourinho
3.7 The Goodbye, But Before It, One More Final
4. Appendices: Pep Guardiola for Beginners
Appendix 1. La Masía
Appendix 2. The Stats
Ronaldo: The Obsession for Perfection
If you’re a CR7 fan, in Books Of Football this is the Cristiano Ronaldo book to read. This is one of the best biographies of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Author Luca Caioli tells the inside story of this international superstar both on and off the pitch. Caoili gives you almost all about Cristiano Ronaldo.
Cristiano Ronaldo started his professional career at Sporting Clube de Portugal. After just one season (2002/03) with the 18 times champions from Lisboa.
he was wanted by English giants Arsenal, Liverpool, and Manchester United. Coach Sir Alex Ferguson was the one who in the end got to sign the then 18-year-old super talent.
Six years later in the summer of 2009, Ronaldo was transferred to Real Madrid for a record-breaking €94 million.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s honors Ronaldo: The Obsession for Perfection
La Liga: 2011/12
Copa del Rey: 2011
Spanish Super Cup: 2012
Super League: 2002
FA Cup: 2004
Football League Cup: 2006, 2009
Premier League: 2007, 2008, 2009
Community Shield: 2007, 2008
UEFA Champions League: 2008
FIFA Club World Cup: 2008
Bravo Trophy: 2004
Portuguese Footballer of the Year: 2006, 2007
FA Premier League Player of the Year 2007
Ballon d’Or runner-up: 2007
FIFA World Player, third place: 2007
UEFA Champions League Top-Scorer: 2008
Golden Boot: 2008
UEFA Club Footballer of the Year: 2008
UEFA Club Forward of the Year: 2008
FIFPro World Player of the Year: 2008
Ballon d’Or: 2008
FIFA World Player 2008
A quote from the book
It doesn’t matter where we play or who we play, in every match I go out onto the field to give it my all, play the way I know how, and do everything possible to ensure we win.
About the author
He settled in Spain where he is correspondent for SKY Italia and writes for Il Corriere Della Sera.
He has also written the bestselling biography of Lionel Messi (Messi: The Inside Story of the Boy Who Became a Legend)
4. Far from the island
5. Seventeen years, eight months, two days
7. Number 7
8. Greek tragedy
9. Martins: a special boy
10. The saddest days
11. A trap
12. “Give Ron one in the eye”
14. A great season
15. Ballon d’OR
17. £80 million
18. Hysteria at Bernabéu
19. Sir Alex and Cristiano
20. Zero titles
21. Spain v Portugal
23. Autumn/Winter 2010-11 underwear campaign
24. 53 goals
25. Cristiano and Leo
26. Cristiano and Mou
27. Passions and obsessions
28. The future
Facts and figures