The History of the World Cup, 1930-2002

The History of the World Cup This lively history of the world s greatest sporting event outside the Olympics is told by veteran football journalist and historian Brian Glanville and read by the former Arsenal goalkeeper Bob Wilso

  • Title: The History of the World Cup, 1930-2002
  • Author: Brian Glanville
  • ISBN: 9789626344040
  • Page: 125
  • Format: Audio CD
  • This lively history of the world s greatest sporting event outside the Olympics is told by veteran football journalist and historian Brian Glanville and read by the former Arsenal goalkeeper Bob Wilson There is a full account of each of the Finals since the first event in 1922 the goals, the controversies, the rivalries with the national anthems of each host country sThis lively history of the world s greatest sporting event outside the Olympics is told by veteran football journalist and historian Brian Glanville and read by the former Arsenal goalkeeper Bob Wilson There is a full account of each of the Finals since the first event in 1922 the goals, the controversies, the rivalries with the national anthems of each host country setting the scene all the way to the 2002 event in Japan and Korea A spectacular addition is the personal view of one of the great heroes of the game, Sir Bobby Charlton, who speaks eloquently of his passion for the event and the game itself.

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    1. This book is about the soccer teams and really good soccer players that played really well in the World Cup. The book also tells what years the where good years and when was the very first soccer team who won the world cup too. The first team who won the World Cup was proudly Uruguay, I think they played against Argentina or Basil and I'm still socked that Uruguay won it. It was in 1930 when the first World Cup had happened. It also was one of the most fierce and intense soccer games in the worl [...]

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