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No training in economics is needed to read Soccernomics but the reader will come out of it with a better understanding not just of football, but of how economists think and what they know.
Simon Kuper's first book, Football Against the Enemy, won the William Hill Sports Book of the Year prize and is widely acknowledged as one of football's seminal books. Simon writes a weekly sports column in the Financial Times and has previously written football columns for The Times and The Observer.
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One that most any fan should consider Compra verificada. This is a good book. One that most any fan should consider for their reading list. It does have a few problems, and a number of the conclusions the authors reach have gaping logical flaws. Specifically, they spend considerable time correctly reminding readers that there is a difference between causation and correlation, yet they proceed to make the exact same mistake on multiple occassions, particularly as relates to salary vs.
They also spend a quite exhaustive and frankly nauseating amount of time explicitly making the point that this book is the soccer version of "Moneyball". The entire first chapter is basically a ham-fisted advertisement for this claim. But those are the complaints. There are many good reasons to read this it is engaging in its narrative, and educational even to those already familiar with many of the concepts. And the anecdotal evidence often a weakness in books of this genre is actually mouthwateringly good Probably, this is "must read" if you really study the global game.
But you will take umbrage with some of the conclusions. Maybe that's normal-- we all have a unique passion for the beautiful game. I really enjoyed this book. Much of the book contained perspectives, statistics, and conclusions that you just cant find elsewhere in soccer literature.
The book's statistics on the underpayment of black players in the 80's in particular is fantastic. The books section on how the most successful "selling clubs" operate is awesome.