The Fall of the House of Fifa
by Conn, David
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The story of Fifa is traced from its amateur origins to the corruption-blighted administration of the Blatter era. David Conn's love of football and forensic ability to follow the money are powerfully evident throughout.
Random House UK
David Conn is the author of The Beautiful Game? and multi-award-winning journalist for the Guardian. He has been awarded UK sports news reporter of the year three times, and sports journalist of the year in the British Journalism Awards. David has many years of unique experience carrying out original investigations into football and its modern relationship with money, and has been a key part of the Guardian's coverage of the Fifa crisis.
This book has a cumulative power, piling betrayal on betrayal, until they even include one of Conn's childhood idols from the 1974 World Cup, the German player Franz Beckenbauer Andy Beckett Guardian
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The definitive story of Fifa - from its humble beginnings as the amateur organiser of international football, to the behemoth mired in corruption, written by one of the greatest investigative writers in football.
07 June 2018
0.186 x 0.118 x 0.022 m; 0.24 kg