Chelsea’s Gianfranco Zola, 1997 Footballer of the Year, was an inspired signing by Ruud Gullit and has proved to be one of the most talented and skilful overseas players in the Premiership.
Sporting Heroes is a brand new series of highly illustrated, action-packed profiles of the top footballers in action in the Premier League.
Six titles… six heroes…
• David Beckham
• Robbie Fowler
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• Alan Shearer
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David Harding has worked as a journalist for newspapers, television and magazines (including Kick It City and The Chelsea Independent).Dalla quarta di copertina:
A BRAND NEW SERIES OF FAST-MOVING, GOAL-GRABBING SOCCER CELEBRATIONS
Before his arrival at Chelsea in November 1996, Gianfranco Zola was best known for his playing alongside Maradona, yet in just one season, he has captured the hearts of the English footballing public through the force of sheer skill. Zola is one of the greatest soccer imports of all time.
Sardinian marvel 'GIANFRANCO ZOLA' is relatively new to the English football scene. Enticed from Parma by Chelsea’s £4.5 million offer, he is rapidly making a huge name for himself at Stamford Bridge, as well as continuing to play for Italy as one of their star players. The 5’5’’ maestro is known throughout the footballing world for his expertise and shooting, dribbling and passing skills. Often compared to great friend, former team mate and mentor Diego Maradona, Zola has brought an Italian flavour to the English game and new life to Chelsea.
The pure genius of Zola’s playing and the magnetism of his game have created an enormous fan following for the man whose skill with the Italian team helped towards England’s first ever defeat in a World Cup qualifier at Wembley. he has gained the loyalty of Chelsea fans and seems set to go from strength to strength in English football.
Robert Jeffery worked on local newspapers before helping to launch 'Sky Sports magazine'. he is currently a reporter on 'FourFourTwo', Britain’s best-selling football magazine. He supports Wimbledon and Slough Town.
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Descrizione libro HARPERCOLLINSWILLOW, 1998. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 000218818X