From the wildly popular soccer pundits, a hilarious and informative guide to the ever-more popular game.For more than a decade, the "Men in Blazers"two balding transplants from Britain named Rog and Davohave stood at the center of our growing national obsession with soccer. Hundreds of thousands of fans tune in weekly to their podcast and television broadcast to get their analysis of the previous week's matches and soccer news. But for all their passion, many American fans are new to the sport: they weren't following it (or weren't yet born) when, for example, Maradona scored two of the most remarkable World Cup goals of all time in 1986, or when George Best was leading Manchester United to glory on the pitch and boozing and rampaging off of it. Now, Rog and Davo fill in all the gaps with this hugely entertaining and idiosyncratic guide to the sport theyand welove. Published on the eve of the 2018 World Cup, this will be the book every soccer fan will need to have....
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Men in Blazers Present Encyclopedia Blazertannica Reviews
I am barely able to properly convey how essiiiiiited I am to read this. 😁😁😁😁😁
It’s fun to read although I think it may not be fully appreciated if you don’t listen to the podcast. Definitely not a reference book. Lots of fun.
Crappity crap crap crap. And we’re all the better for this. Thank you for this, gents.
I love the Men in Blazers, and this was a fine complement to the first week of World Cup 2018. I’m just sad I won’t be seeing them every night from Bob Ley’s Panic Room, where I first found them four years ago...
Pure Sub-Optimal Crap. I’ll forgive the lack of having Mexico with an excellent section on Miguel Herrera.
Best suboptimal book ever!
Seriously, tons of information about America's "sport of the future", including history and little-know facts, along with the experience of two English blokes who've been living in the US the last 3 decades. The best entry was the last, which missing the end of the 2006 World Cup final turned to how the two met.
Great book to read leading up to the World Cup. Not only is this a great soccer comedy but it is about life and rather heartwarming at times.