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Hand of God: Life of Diego Maradona, Soccer's Fallen Star (Anglais) Broché – novembre 2001

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This book is a must read for any soccer fan. 27 juillet 1999
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Jimmy Burns has written a book that speaks to the trials and tribulations of being the world's best player in the world's most popular sport. The book traces Maradona's history as well as the man's impact on the game and the people for whom and with whom he played. Anyone who has had the chance to see the genius of Maradona on the field must take the opportunity to find out the social, cultural, psychological, physical, and mental context within which he played. Readers will gain greater insight into what it means to be an icon for the entire world.
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Good book, a little hard on Maradona 6 janvier 2004
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I really enjoyed this book, it was very insightful in a historical sense as to Maradona's life. I felt it was a little too hard on Maradona. While I don't doubt the excess and lunacy that surrounded Maradona, I feel that he was an unfortunate guniea pig for what global soccer has become. I only wish that more could have been said about Maradona's fantastic play and his human side. Good book overall but temper it with one that paints Maradona in a better light.
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Maradona , without question the greatest yet seen 10 juillet 1999
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People become attached to a player and don't want to admit that it is possible that someone greater must come along. When Pele played the game it was slower and there was nowhere near the sophistication in the defenses that you see today( look at France 98!). If you simply watch film of Pele and then watch film of Maradonna you will see who is the true God of soccer. This book captures the life of the Greatest soccer player the world has yet to see.
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Given the Evidence... 14 juillet 2008
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This is a fair account of the life of Diego Maradona. To deny his faults would be to akin to building conspiracy theories upon conspiracy theories. Jimmy Burns is a good writer and was a first hand witness to many events. The one problem I had with the book is that there is so little soccer in it. Indeed, this is surprising as I would think that Burns would have realized that those of us who bought it would be especially interesting in hearing the intricate details about his art on the pitch. Spending only half of page 189 and half of page 190 on the 1990 World Cup is unacceptable. We know from the newspapers as to what kind of headcase the guy was, but I wanted to hear more about his play and Maradona's place, in terms of talent, within the patheon of soccer stars.
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the General 17 mars 1999
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Coming from a nation, where fotball is 4th in the lader of national sport, one must not dwell in the politics of his personal life, being a sport fan one must acknowlege his skills, touch, but most important the way he could read the feild and most important the opposition. Formula 1 had Nelson, Tenis had Borg , Basketball had Jordan and fotball had Maradona. And to all those English Man, the hand of God inccident was true Professionalism at that moment, this is what i think went through his mind. If i get booked i'm done,but if i don't i'm a hero. So England for your own Fotball futur , do not dwell in the past, you lost a superior player that ripped the team in half with that magical second goal, that even your keeper could not stop.
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