Soccernomics

Soccernomics

Why England Loses, Why Germany and Brazil Win, and Why the US, Japan, Australia, Turkey-- and Even Iraq-- Are Destined to Become the Kings of the World's Most Popular Sport

Book - 2009
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Using insights and analogies from economics, statistics, psychology, and business to cast a new and entertaining light on how the game of soccer works, "Soccernomics" reveals the often surprisingly counterintuitive truths about the world's most popular game. An essential guide for the 2010 World Cup.
Publisher: New York, NY : Nation Books, c2009
ISBN: 9781568584256
1568584253
Characteristics: viii, 328 p. ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Szymanski, Stefan 1960-

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JoshuaBaynes Jul 17, 2012

Interesting book similar to Freakonomics. Starts out really good but loses its appeal 3/4 of the way in. The authors come off as condescending and I do not agree with a lot of the their conclusions, but I was entertained nevertheless. I would Recommend to any soccer fan.

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rswenson
Dec 28, 2011

This book reads like "Freakanomics" or a Gladwell book (like "Tipping Point") and SHOULD be a must read for any pro sports coach (soccer, baseball, football, etc).

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