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    • ISBN:9780600635086
    • Publication date:05 Oct 2017

Goal!

Intimate portraits and interviews with every living FIFA World Cup™ Final scorer

By Michael Donald

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Award-winning photographer Michael Donald has spent six years tracking down the 34 living members of an exclusive club: the only people to have scored in a FIFA World CupT Final.

Beautifully illustrated and officially licensed by FIFA, Goal! is a unique football book that captures the essence of the ultimate sporting achievement.

This is a fascinating portrait of the men who have lived the dream of every football fan worldwide. Includes:


  • Intimate portraits by award-winning photographer Michael Donald
  • Interviews with the players, giving fascinating insight into the occassion, from the music they played on the bus to the stadium, to the meal they ate afterwards
  • Profiles on Pelé, Ronaldo, Zidane, Götze annd many more of the greats

    The book includes the story of what happened in each FIFA World CupT, what happened to the players afterwards and what they do today. There's also a comprehensive statistics section covering all the facts and figures for each World Cup tournament so readers can relive the matches they saw, and discover the details about the ones they didn't.

Biographical Notes

Michael Donald is an award-winning photographer and filmmaker. He shoots commissions for The Sunday Times, the Telegraph, the Observer and the Guardian, and his work has been published the world over. He has also had work exhibited in Berlin, New York, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Paris, at the National Portrait Gallery in London and at the permanent Centenary Exhibition in Belfast's City Hall.

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  • ISBN: 9780600635444
  • Publication date: 05 Oct 2017
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  • Imprint: Hamlyn
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