players when there kids

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upandcoming
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players when there kids

Post by upandcoming » 16 Jun 2005, 02:06

I always find it intresting learning about pro footballers when they were younger you learn lots from them and how they got so good and it inspires you. If you guys have any good sources about players when they were younger and what not please post it the book RONALDO! is a very good book for telling about his youth and I just recently read it. Highly Recomened. Well if you have any internet sources about players when they were younger please post it

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Post by pascalfrik » 16 Jun 2005, 02:22

There are a few books about Beckham and there's a book about Owen and i thought that I saw some where a book about Ronaldinho.

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Post by upandcoming » 16 Jun 2005, 17:08

ya how bout internet sources?

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Post by matt » 18 Jun 2005, 20:31

yea ther r loads of gd autobiographies.

my fav is roy keane's. his mentality and personality realy shows in the way its written and it is realy honest. a gr8 bk. i recomend u all buy it u wont regret it
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Post by *yung-ital* » 03 Jul 2005, 04:45

i think its interesting too. but id rather not know because id rather try and become famous myself not by setting my lifestlye like them
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Post by Ronaldinho10 » 03 Jul 2005, 09:28

When Maradona was young before training he used to do 100 keepy uppy's with an orange and if there was no orange he rolled up a ball of socks and did 100 kick ups with them :D
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Post by Magicfeet » 03 Jul 2005, 14:54

his mentality and personality realy shows in the way its written
He didn't even write it! He had a ghost-writer, as he probably lacks the skills to write a sentence down, let alone a book!
One of his main arguments he used ,when in trouble for the part of the book telling of his pre-meditated crunching of Haaland, was that his ghost-writer had embellished upon what he had said, to make the book more interesting.

Though it would be interesting to read about the childhood stories (as in, how they did for their teams, when they started playing, what obstacles they overcame etc) of many players.

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