15 Most Exciting Sports Books to Read Even If You’re Not a Great Athlete
It’s not a simple biography, because in pages to open There is everything behind the advent of the golden world of tennis, including tournaments, sponsors, and six-figure earnings. Andre Agassi He recounts his paradox, made of hatred for the sport that made him famous, forced by his father to grueling training to become a champion at any cost. The rebellion that crystallized through his opulent looks and realization of having the talent to become one of the greatest, forced into a field that at some moments was so narrow that it suffocated him. One of the most read, talked about and loved sports books ever.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Ayew, Ibra
Written by Swedish journalist and writer David Lagerrantz, it is the hero’s first autobiography, followed by the latest edition. Adrenaline, my untold stories. It is the story of his life, which began in the difficult district of Rosengård, on the outskirts of Malmö, where Zlatan grew up and where one of his most famous phrases was formed: “You can get the boy out of the ghetto, but you can’t get the ghetto out of the ghetto. The boy.” The difficult years between bike thefts and clothing stores, it wasn’t even obvious finding something to eat in the fridge, the starts in the neighborhood team and jumping into the youth teams in Malmö, then cruising towards Ajax and important football, accompanied by Mino Raiola, the prosecutor who was the most Too much for him.
Umberto Zabelloni – The history of Formula 1 in 50 photos
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