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The author of the book: David Beckham
ISBN: 006115475X
ISBN 13: 9780061154751
Language: English
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 2.64 MB
Edition: Collins
Date of issue: March 1st 2007

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Soccer is the most fascinating sport throughout the world. Five out of ten kids at your neighborhood probably play soccer as their favorite sport. This book, David Beckham’s Soccer Skills, by David Beckham, goes into some detail about what it takes to be a good soccer player. Also, David Beckham talks about moments in his life that helped him be where he’s at now. There’s so many soccer fanatics in the world that it won’t take time to find someone that will connect to this book and to David Beckham’s road to becoming a professional soccer player. The book will have your attention from beginning to end because there’s so many tactics that will help you be a great soccer player, it will leave a lasting value in you after you are done reading it and the book is just beatifically written.
If you are a true soccer fan and you love playing soccer this book will captivate you. You won’t stop reading this book after you start because the book is written from the perspective of a world famous soccer star. What will grab most of your attention will be the tips that he gives to be a good soccer player, David Beckham argues that to be a good defender you must, “Be patient and react only to the ball, not the player, as they will try to trick you with fakes and step-overs” (Beckham 107). Good tips like this are throughout the book. If you play soccer this will help you get better at it. I consider this book to have no weakness because the author, David Beckham, did a fabulous job at delivering the information and motivation to the readers of the book, and the soccer fanatics. It gives you a good enough description to visualize yourself in the situation. If you keep reading, you will feel as if the author himself wrote the book just for you, that’s how much you will connect to it. The book is a great book to read, it won’t disappoint you.
The book will leave a lasting value installed in you. It gives you advice in how to play better by telling you examples of what to do and not to do. The book will feel like a personal coach but a much friendlier one then the average coach. David Beckham, the author, will imply to you that, “Don’t be frighten to make that first touch a heavy one, one that takes the ball away from you, allowing you to move onto it and be positive” (Beckham 32), because he understands how it feel to be in that particular situation if you are just getting started with playing soccer. It will connect to you at a personal level. It will let you know that is okay to mess up because perfection if not possible at all times. You’ll be surprise to find out how much it will relate to you. Anyone struggling to become a better soccer player should be recommended this book because it will fill you with motivation and knowledge of what the sport can do for you, and it has done for David Beckham. You will know that it left you a lasting value when you are playing soccer and you think back on a phrase that motivated you to keep going that came from the book.
The book is so beatifically written because of the language it uses to grab and stay with the reader’s attention. There’s as much serious parts in the book as there are humorous ones. The way that is written really holds the reader’s attention, the author demonstrates his humorous side by describing that, “When done at pace this is a cross that will have fans off their seats and defenders pulling their hair” (Beckham 126), because detail like that is what makes a reader love the book. Soccer requires a lot of knowledge to be able to understand the game and the author clearly has understanding of the sport even when he is being comedian about it. David Beckham has a purpose on why he wrote this book, and it was that he wants to give back to his fans the knowledge that he has acquired about soccer throughout his professional life as a soccer player. In the book he also talks about the academy he built for kids to come in and for them to be in a professional environment. He wants to help create soccer players that will have complete knowledge about the sport in all areas of the field. It informs them wells with everything they need to know. A better writing coming from a soccer star you couldn’t have asked for because he just keeps you at the edge of your seat.
Is a book that’s going to capture your attention completely, you will remember this book as time passes because it will leave a lasting value and the way that is written will take a hold of you. It will leave you with a taste of the world of a soccer star. You will see how he saw the world of soccer as growing and ultimately becoming a professional soccer star. As well as the hours he spent training and the many triumphs he obtains across his career. Is the best written book which helps soccer athletes on their skills as well as in giving them motivation to not give up. Time well spent will bring you glory at the end; David Beckham will just let you know just that through his book.

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Ebook David Beckham's Soccer Skills read Online! David Robert Joseph Beckham, OBE is an English professional footballer, who plays in midfield. He currently plays for and captains Major League Soccer's Los Angeles Galaxy and is also a member of the England national team. He earned his 100th cap for England against France in March 2008.

He has twice been runner-up for FIFA World Player of the Year, and in 2004 was the world's highest-paid footballer. He was Google's most searched of all sports topics in both 2003 and 2004. Such global recognition has made him an elite advertising brand and a top fashion icon. Beckham was captain of England from 15 November 2000 to 2 July 2006. He made 58 appearances as captain, and ended his tenure in that role after the 2006 FIFA World Cup finals. He continued to make contributions for the England national team in 2007 competitions. Beckham captained Manchester United for the first time on October 21st 2000 in a Premiership match against Leeds United, coming on as a substitute for injured team captain Roy Keane. Beckham went on to score a free-kick in this match, which finished 3-0.

Beckham's career began when he signed a professional contract with Manchester United, making his first-team debut in 1992 aged 17. During his time there, United won the Premier League title six times, the FA Cup twice, and the UEFA Champions League in 1999. He left Manchester United to sign for Real Madrid in 2003, where he remained for four seasons. While at Madrid, Beckham became the first British footballer to play 100 Champions League matches. In his final season, Real clinched the 2006-07 La Liga championship title (Beckham's only major trophy with the club) in the final game of the season on 17 June. In January 2007, it was announced that Beckham would leave Real Madrid and sign a five-year contract with the Los Angeles Galaxy.

Beckham's new contract with the Galaxy, effective 1 July 2007, gave him the highest salary of any MLS player in history. He debuted for the team on 21 July in a friendly versus Chelsea at the Home Depot Center, and on 15 August, he had his first start with the team, scoring his first goal in the 2007 SuperLiga semi-final. His first league start then came on 18 August in front of a record crowd at Giants Stadium.

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