It’s the perfect time of the year to catch up on reading, so what better choice is there to read than some of the greatest football books?
- Soccer In A Football World by David Wangerin. The author traces the history of soccer in the States and dispels the myth that soccer didn’t finally arrive in the country when the NASL opened its doors. Dive into this fascinating book that features exhaustive research and plenty of twists and turns throughout each chapter.
- The Ball Is Round by David Goldblatt. Author David Goldblatt tells the full story of soccer’s rise from chaotic folk ritual to the world’s most popular sport-now poised to fully establish itself in the USA.
- Inverting The Pyramid by Jonathan Wilson. If you’re fascinated by tactics and formations, or want to learn more, this eye-opening book discusses how formations have changed over the years and what impact it has had on the beautiful game that we cherish.
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