A Catalan Dream: Football Artistry and Political Intrigue Paperback – 6 Jan 2011
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About the Author
Tim Hanlon is based in Barcelona and has been covering Spanish football for the national news agency in the UK, the Press Association, and other British media on a freelance basis, for the past seven years. Tim is an NCTJ trained journalist and worked for agencies and newspapers in the North West of England, including the Manchester Evening News, before moving to Spain. As the only British reporter to regularly cover training practices and speak to players, Tim has been in the ideal position to write about the dramatic events as they have unfolded at the Barcelona club, as well as through living in Spain to understand what Barça means to the Catalan people.
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It's the best book in the word! Thank you to author for write this!Published 15 months ago by Vanesa Garcia
If you love football, and want a great read, this book is hard to put down. Tim's work shows that even a club like Barca has its problems, and needs to reinvent itself. Read morePublished on 24 Jan. 2013 by Amazon Customer
I really found this an informative and entertaining read. It gives the background to the club but then concentrates on the recent history both on the pitch and off it. Read morePublished on 8 April 2012 by Kate