Franck Ribery earned his nickname Scarface from noticeable facial scars he suffered in a car accident as a child.
Franck Ribery’s frightening speed, chilling patience and punishing style scare his opposition on the soccer pitch. Plus, the scars on his face have made many compare Ribery to actor Al Pacino’s horrifying character Tony Montana from the movie Scarface. Continue reading
Yesterday, the brilliant Real Madrid striker known for his Magic Feet enjoyed another magical moment in his storied career.
Cristiano Ronaldo won his second Ballon d’Or Trophy as the best FIFA player in the world for his incredible 2013 individual accomplishments on the soccer pitch. Continue reading
Incredible athletes, iconic coaches and passionate fans cause both the wealthiest and poorest nations of the world to bask in the brilliance of the Beautiful Game.
In this FREE soccer book, you won’t need to fear the sport’s most frightening characters, aptly nicknamed Scarface and The Cannibal.
You’ll enjoy reading about the cleverly named and highly entertaining British soccer players Spice Boy and Calamity James.
You’ll even discover there really was a Fifth Beatle.
You’ll look up to the goal scoring exploits of taller, long-necked stars The Giraffe and Two Meter Peter.
You’ll relish in the allure of the Beautiful Game, the cleanliness of a goalie’s extra-tidy clean sheet and the “joie de vie” that a Frenchman named Va Va Voom exudes.
References to monarchs, leaders and twentieth century politics are captured by this sport. Expect to meet a Kaiser, a Child of the King and come face to face with soccer’s impenetrable Berlin Wall. Continue reading