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Soccernomics : : why England Loses, why Spain, Germany, and Brazil Win, and why the US, Japan, Australia - and Even Iraq - are Destined to Become the Kings of the World's Most Popular Sport

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Informative read submitted by Gabirose on July 19, 2019, 2:15pm Overall great read for the stat-head or soccer-head alike. I happen to be both so I really enjoyed it. Depending on which version you read, the end can get quite repetitive. At some points in the last few chapters I was left hoping they would get to the point already.

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PUBLISHED
New York : Nation Books, [2014]
Year Published: 2014
Description: xiii, 447 pages ; 21 cm.
Language: English
Format: Book

ISBN/STANDARD NUMBER
9781568584812
1568584814

ADDITIONAL CREDITS
Szymanski, Stefan.

SUBJECTS
Soccer -- Social aspects.