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Focuses on 2006 World Cup, with analysis, reportage, behind the scenes access and stories. This book provides fans with a day-by-day, match-by-match guide to the entire tournament, including the qualifying stages. It also focuses on the media circus surrounding the tournament.
Always controversial and amusing, Harry Harris is the Chief Group Football Writer of the Express Group Newspapers. After thirty years of investigative reporting on football he is now the UK's foremost football journalist. He has written numerous previous football books including Ruud Gullit: Portrait of a Genius, Chelski: the Abramovich Revolution and Wayne Rooney: the Story of Football's Wonderkid. His breaking of the news that the FA had offered the post of England coach in succession to Sven-Goran Eriksson to Portugal coach Luiz Felipe Scolari in April 2006 set the news agenda for the entire country for weeks. It was merely one of a long line of Harris exclusives including revealing that Terry Venables was receiving irregular payments from Spurs, Paul Merson's drinking and gambling habits, Roy Keane's sensational exit from the 2002 World Cup and the Glazer takeover of Manchester United.