The "Sun" Guide to the 2010 World Cup

The "Sun" Guide to the 2010 World Cup

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The bestselling World Cup guide teams up with the nation's most popular newspaper to deliver the fans' favourite tournament preview. The Sun Guide to the 2010 World Cup is the book all football fans will want beside them on the sofa as millions begin limbering up for the summer's World Cup finals in South Africa. The guide contains the most informative preview on the market of the 32 teams and roughly 800 players competing in front of sport's largest TV audience. It breaks down each of the team's qualifying campaigns and analyses every player's club record to reveal their pre-tournament form. This results in a unique rating system identifying and ranking the top strikers, defenders, midfielders and goalkeepers going to South Africa. The same analysis forms the basis for the Sun's world-beating 'Dream Team' game, giving its 750,000 players a chance to steal a march on their rivals with their fantasy league squads. Illustrated with around 250 stunning colour photographs, and complete with group-by-group analysis by a big name pundit from the Sun, this fabulous preview guide will be the last word in pre-tournament preparation.show more

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  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 210 x 294 x 14mm | 557.92g
  • HarperCollins Publishers
  • Harpersport
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 250 col illus
  • 000735830X
  • 9780007358304
  • 341,746

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The Sun is the UK's most popular newspaper, with almost 3 million copies sold daily and with 8 million daily readers.show more

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