Puskas on Puskas

Download Puskas on Puskas PDF by Ferenc Puskas eBook or Kindle ePUB Online free. Puskas on Puskas Magnificent, accurate and a look behind the Iron Curtain according to Peter Schleifer. This book depicts not only the life story of Ferenc Puskas who without any doubt should always be the member of the World Select, but the intrigues of the Communist system. I happen to personally know some of the participants named in the book, as I have lived In Hungary during the years of the Golden Squad! To have a team such as the Hungarian Select of the 50s may happen only once in a 100 years. The book

Puskas on Puskas

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Rating : 4.30 (596 Votes)
Asin : 1861050836
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 242 Pages
Publish Date : 0000-00-00
Language : English

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"Magnificent, accurate and a look behind the Iron Curtain" according to Peter Schleifer. This book depicts not only the life story of Ferenc Puskas who without any doubt should always be the member of the World Select, but the intrigues of the Communist system. I happen to personally know some of the participants named in the book, as I have lived In Hungary during the years of the Golden Squad! To have a team such as the Hungarian Select of the '50s may happen only once in a 100 years. The book, brings to life not only the achievements of the players but the intrigues of the totalitarian system that used such talents as Puskas & Co. to prove the superiority of the "Socialist Man".You don't ne. Magnificent, accurate and a look behind the Iron Curtain Peter Schleifer This book depicts not only the life story of Ferenc Puskas who without any doubt should always be the member of the World Select, but the intrigues of the Communist system. I happen to personally know some of the participants named in the book, as I have lived In Hungary during the years of the Golden Squad! To have a team such as the Hungarian Select of the '50s may happen only once in a 100 years. The book, brings to life not only the achievements of the players but the intrigues of the totalitarian system that used such talents as Puskas & Co. to prove the superiority of the "Socialist Man".You don't ne. "Greatest player ever" according to A Customer. This book is an excellent read, not only for the football history, but also for the context of the times. This paints a clear picture of what it was like in Stalinist Hungary after the war, and how even a man in a position of privilege could decide to leave. You don't need to be a football fan to appreciate this book, as it is an easy read, broken up into sections where other key figures are interviewed and offer their take on the same topics. Highly recommended.

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