Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and others have greatness thrust upon them.
This famous quote, by William Shakespeare, reveals the mindset of strong achievers. But how does this apply to the all time soccer greats?
Are they born great? Do they come with magical powers? Superior coaching? Crazy life experiences?
To answer this question, we looked at the life history and autobiographies of ten of the best soccer players of all time. These players have outclassed and outplayed their opponents, rose to the top and have their names etched into soccer folklore.
Here's What's Included In this Book:
- Who are the greatest 10 players of all time?
- A Soccer Great who couldn't afford a ball - so rolled a piece of paper in a sock to play
- Why Cristiano Ronaldo threw a chair at his teacher in school
- A Soccer Ggreat who had drugs injected into him at the age of eight
- An Amazing Player who threw it all away at the age of 28
- An All Time Great defender who brought the World Cup home for England
- A Goalkeeper who won the Euros for a team that had actually failed to qualify
And most importantly,
- The traits and virtues that are common to these ten soccer greats and what set them apart.
This is an amazing opportunity to get into the minds of the greatest soccer players. There's information in this book that everyone can learn. We can all get better at soccer, better at life. And the best people to learn from are the best.
Opening CreditsDuration: 09s
0 introDuration: 10min
1 pele bullied but the greatestDuration: 19min
2 puskas the man who could not avoid politicsDuration: 14min
3 cruyff the purveyor of total footballDuration: 11min
4 ronaldo and messi the two modern mastersDuration: 26min
5 peter schmeichel outspoken and outstandingDuration: 10min
6 bobby moore when soccer came homeDuration: 17min
7 george best soccer s playboyDuration: 26min
8 zinedine zidane the boy from the estateDuration: 13min
9 diego maradona the footballer who became a godDuration: 15min
10 how to become the best of the bestDuration: 23min
Ending CreditsDuration: 15s