Roger de Sa accompanies the reader on a journey revisiting his life as one of South Africa’s famous soccer players. The book allows the reader an insightful glimpse behind the scenes of soccer. We observe as De Sa recaptures the atmosphere at training sessions and the tension during matches. He analyses the characters of great coaches, from Eddie Lewis to Carlos Quieroz and looks at why some players succeed and others fail. He also lets us into some tricks of the trade, like Doctor Khumalo’s techniques of avoiding too much running. But above all, it is the story of South African soccer and his love for his country.
ISBN: 978-0-86486-470-3, 2002, 218x150mm, 208 pages
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