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ISBN: 9780956101136
Per Boek Wijzer Auteur: Ulrich

Taal: engels
Germany is widely regarded as one of the most successful football nations in the world, despite not having a professional league until the 1960s. Tor! (Goal!) traces the extraordinary story of the country's club and international football, from when the game was seen as a dangerously foreign pastime, through the horrors of the Nazi years to postwar triumphs and the crisis of the new century. Tor! challenges the myth that German football is 'predictable' or `efficient' and brings to life the fascinating array of characters who shaped it: the betrayed pioneer Walther Bensemann; the enigmatic genius Sepp Herberger; the all-conquering Franz Beckenbauer; the modern misfit Lothar Matthaus. And even the radio commentator Herbert Zimmermann, whose ecstatic cries of `Tor!' greeted the winning goal for West Germany in the 1954 World Cup final and helped change a whole nation's view of itself. This new edition brings events up to date, examining the effect that hosting the 2006 World Cup had on the country, and how German club football has become the most talked-about in Europe, culminating in the 2013 Champions League final between Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund.

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  • library_books Kenmerken
    NUR 610
    Aantal pagina's 319 pagina's
    Auteur Ulrich | Hesse
    Bindwijze Paperback
    Category Boeken
    Category Voetbal
    Category Sport & Outdoor
    Category Balsport
    Co-auteur Hesse
    Rubriekspad <Boeken><Sport & Outdoor><Balsport><Voetbal>
    Gewicht 419 g
    Illustraties Nee
    Taal Engels
    Uitgever When Saturday Comes Ltd
    Verpakking breedte 138 mm
    Verpakking hoogte 30 mm
    Verpakking lengte 217 mm
    Verschijningsdatum december 2013
  • label Onderwerpen