The Promised Land: Manchester United's Historic Treble



➽ [Reading] ➿ The Promised Land: Manchester United's Historic Treble By Daniel Harris ➲ – E17streets4all.co.uk A detailed account of Manchester United s historic season when they won the Premier League, the FA Cup, and the Champions League a feat that has never been duplicated this book is the complete celeb A detailed account Land: Manchester PDF/EPUB Á of Manchester United s historic season when they won the Premier League, the FA Cup, and the Champions League a feat that has never been duplicated this book is the complete celebration of their triumphant year The The Promised ePUB Æ Promised Land relives each breathless moment, on a month by month basis, delving into the training ground the dressing room into the minds of the players, management, and coaches and out on the field with what was a singularly special team Promised Land: Manchester PDF/EPUB Á Each aspect of the season, from the ceaseless dramatic tension and astonishing plot twists, is detailed along with a look at the team s fascinating cast of characters, including David Beckham, Dwight Yorke, Andy Cole, and the team s iconic coach, Alex Ferguson, making it a must have book for any Man U fan.The Promised Land: Manchester United's Historic Treble

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  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • The Promised Land: Manchester United's Historic Treble
  • Daniel Harris
  • English
  • 15 March 2018
  • 1909715050

10 thoughts on “The Promised Land: Manchester United's Historic Treble

  1. says:

    A worthy companion to the impossible dream documentary which recently aired here in the United States as part of NBC s premier league coverage You will even see the author in the documentary Almost a game by game chronology of Manchester United s treble Winning 1999 season Even this arsenal fan enjoyed it although I suspect I might be in the minority.

  2. says:

    It s such a shame because it could have been good This is a story that doesn t need anydrama beyond its being true, and yet the magic is taken away through careless writing and difficult reading It s near impossible to follow the description of what s going on in the match, because of the way it s described everyone is he , and the he in question shifts so quickly from move to move that you are lost in who actually has the ball For example it then went quare to Stam and back to I It s such a shame because it could have been good This is a story that doesn t need anydrama beyond its being true, and yet the magic is taken away through careless writing and difficult reading It s near impossible to follow the description of what s going on in the match, because of the way it s described everyone is he , and the he in question shifts so quickly from move to move that you are lost in who actually has the ball For example it then went quare to Stam and back to Irwin, Bayern still boxed Clipping to Giggs, on the right touchline, a volleyed touch found the nearby Cole, who controlled and gave it back Rolling his studs forwards over the ball to set for a left footed cross, with every defender but one and every attacker but one attracted to the near post, he curled to the far, in front of Blomqvist, himself in front of Babbel and eight yards from goal Sliding in and with the entire goal to aim at, he couldn t control his finishAnd this is one of the better ones.The use of the whole gam zu letovah device I found irrelevant at best and annoying at worst it also disappears after it s first explained early on in the book only to reappear in a flurry at the end when a you ve forgotten what it means and b it interrupts the pacing so much that you want to cut every mention out with a pair of scissors you d have a lot of paper on your hands.Also, he s got some weird thing against Peter Schmeichel which is never explained, which kind of put me off There are some nice emotional moments where Harris does get the whole football book schtick right you re supposed to be feeling, after all but overall it isn t a great book, and anyone who really wants to get into the mood of 99 would I feel be better off watching a documentary The story of the Treble should have produced a book like All Played Out or even better, but this isn t it by a long shot

  3. says:

    Man United fan goes game by game in documenting the 1998 99 season Funny and smart, and a good companion to any highlights reel.

  4. says:

    A good read for any Manchester United fan Details all the games during that year, from a fans perspective naturally but a lot of the individual games I had forgotten about, particularly at the start of that momentous year.

  5. says:

    Every united fan should read this book a bit slow at first but I couldn t put it down at the end even though I knew the ending GGMU

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