“The Bundesliga Blueprint” how the Premier League can learn

by Mystical Mike

Friday, August 14th, 2015

Acclaimed Sportswriter Shines ‘Ein Licht’ On Germany’s Current Footballing Success: “The Bundesliga Blueprint” Now Published.

Book Publisher Bennion Kearny is delighted to announce the publication of a fresh, thought-provoking look at how German Football – through their F.A.’s ‘10-year plan’ – has risen from recent depths to dominate club and international football.

Football audiences across the world ask the same question: Why do the Germans ‘always’ win football matches? And yet, fifteen years ago, a humiliated German football team exited Euro 2000 bottom of their group with just one point… Yes. Just. One. Point.

Very un-German.

Immediately, the German FA set about fixing things. They implemented changes that have seen a production line of superb talent coming through the system, their club sides lead the way in Europe, and Germany win the 2014 World Cup.

You could say that we have almost perfected the promotion of young and elite talent in Germany,” explained Gerhard Mayer-Vorfelder, President of the German Football Association.

In this fascinating, and superbly-researched book, sportswriter Lee Price distils the entire 10-year plan and examines, in depth, Germany’s unique and impressive football re-ascendance.  With writing that brings the game alive, Lee also provides exclusive interviews with superstar footballers Michael Ballack, Jen Nowotny and Christoph Kramer, and the movers-and-shakers behind Germany’s leading clubs including Schalke, Dortmund, and Paderborn.

Book details:

The Bundesliga Blueprint: How Germany became the Home of Football by Lee Price


Previously of soccer magazine Shoot! – Lee Price is a feature writer at the British newspaper The Sun. He is the acclaimed author of Turning My Back On the Premier League – a book that details his journey to rediscover his love of football in English football’s lower leagues Titanbet Sports Betting Tips. Lee has interviewed various sporting greats – most memorably his original footballing hero, Eric Cantona, who was as aloof and enigmatic in a hotel lobby as he was on the pitch.



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