The World Cup A Very Peculiar History by David Arscott
  

The World Cup A Very Peculiar History

Written by David Arscott
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Part of the Very Peculiar History Series

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The World Cup A Very Peculiar History by David Arscott

In The World Cup: A Very Peculiar History , author David Arscott tackles the big subjects at the heart of the beautiful game, including how the tournament first kicked off, the dirty tactics used throughout the years and the most memorable managers in the history of football. Filled to the brim with quirky quotes, fantastic facts and surprising statistics, this is the perfect accompaniment to any post-match celebration (or commiseration!) during the season. At its heart The Football World Cup: A Very Peculiar History is a look at the many amusing, amazing and sometimes alarming stories that lie behind this greatest of all sporting tournaments.

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Format

Hardback
192 pages

Author

David Arscott
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Publisher

Book House an imprint of Salariya Book Company Ltd

Publication date

1st April 2010

ISBN

9781907184383


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