Up Pompey Chuck Culpepper

ISBN: 9780753824122

Published: 2007


288 pages


Up Pompey  by  Chuck Culpepper

Up Pompey by Chuck Culpepper
2007 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 288 pages | ISBN: 9780753824122 | 3.21 Mb

Culpeppers aim in this text is to convince people who dont know anything about the world of international soccer that its a great product, and worthy of an Americans time. The problem is, unfortunately, that he skips from soccer know-nothing to the worst kind of American soccer fan--the pretentious, condescending know-all who is fully convinced that other countries play soccer because it is everything true and right while the Yanks represent everything stupid and wrong.

And thats the text that Culpepper writes here--he misses no opportunity to tell you how enlightened he is and how stupid you and everyone else is who doesnt agree with him. He takes the beautiful game and makes it as attractive as two political pundits throwing mud at each other on Sunday morning television. The author comes across as completely unlikeable, and he makes sure that you know how smart he thinks he is at every opportunity. Unfortunately, this approach doesnt make for much of a book.This is, by far, the worst soccer book Ive ever read (and Jamie Trecker, the author of the last worst-ever book, probably thanks him for it), and by no means should you spend a red cent on it.

There are so many good options out there in soccer books that this one isnt worth it.

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