The Keeper of Dreams

The Keeper of Dreams A controversial story about life in the English Premier soccer league a mixture of anecdote and intimate biography the tabloid truth about professional soccer

  • Title: The Keeper of Dreams
  • Author: Ronald Reng
  • ISBN: 9780224064422
  • Page: 283
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Keeper of Dreams

    A controversial story about life in the English Premier soccer league a mixture of anecdote and intimate biography the tabloid truth about professional soccer.

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    One thought on “The Keeper of Dreams

    1. James

      I had never heard of Lars Leese, but even from the translated text it's Reng's account of his professional career that really makes this a worthwhile read.Ultimately, this is a biography about a footballer who comes from non-league to become a professional. Reng had clearly been covering Leese's career when he moved to the Premiership in England, and played his first ever professional game, in his mid-to-late twenties. Rather than a rags to riches story, this is more like that of a gambler who s [...]

    2. Lennongirl

      The career of Lars Leese, a goalkepper coming from the third German division who, through some twists and turns of fate, suddenly played in the Premier League. Nicely told by Ronald Reng and Lars himself. A good, entertaining read and interesting glimpse at what's going on in the world of professional footbal.

    3. Marc

      This middling exposé of a mining town gone star-struck for its third-rate soccer team really flounders when it tries to build a narrative around its not-so-interesting protagonist

    4. Steve Candy

      Witty, revealing and engrossing. As a fan of football but as someone who dislikes what the game has become I found this easy read to be nigh on perfect.

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