Goal! 2 by Robert Rigby
  

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Goal! 2 by Robert Rigby

Santiago has made his mark in the UK Premier league as a magic midfielder with Newcastle United. But European football now beckons and he finds himself playing alongside stars such as Beckham, Raul and Zidane for Real Madrid. But playing in the UEFA Champions League can bring new pressures - new challenges: fighting to keep his place in the squad, trying to resist the temptations surrounding a successful footballer, aiming to maintain his relationship with his girlfriend back home. Sometimes dreams can turn sour ...

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Follow-up to last summer's fantastically successful football adventure. Profile should be even higher this year -- Becky Stradwick, Borders Publishing News

About the Author

Robert Rigby

Robert Rigby is co-author of the hugely successful Boy Soldier series, written with Andy McNab. His other fiction incudes the novels of the Goal! movies and a stand-alone novel in the series - Goal: Glory Days. He is the author of the four official London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic novels for children. Robert also writes for the theatre, television and radio, and is a prolific songwriter. He lives in Oxford.

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Format

Paperback
272 pages
Interest Age: From 12

Author

Robert Rigby
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Author's Website

www.robertrigby.co.uk/

Publisher

Publication date

23rd January 2007

ISBN

9780552554084


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