1982 Brazil

1982 Brazil

Subtitle:
The Day Football Died
By:
Stuart Horsfield
Price:
£16.99
Out:
ISBN:
9781785316869
Format:
Hardback
Size:
222 x 144
Pages:
256

Description

1982 Brazil tells the story of football's most exhilarating and entertaining World Cup side. Playing to the accompaniment of a samba soundtrack, Brazil scored 15 goals in five games, lighting up the 1982 World Cup, but their dream fell apart in the Sarrià Stadium against Italy. This is the definitive account of the greatest team never to win a World Cup.

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About the author

Stuart Horsfield is a senior writer for These Football Times, contributing to their online long-form content and their bi-monthly magazine as well as hosting their Centre Circle podcast series. Stuart is also a regular writer for No Place Like Home magazine and The Football Pink. 1982 Brazil is his first book and it covers his specialist subject.

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