Ten years have now elapsed since Eric Cantona took what was then the unusual decision to make the short hop across the Channel and start his love affair with English football. Less than six months after his arrival, he won his first Premier League title with Leeds United. Within a year, he joined Manchester United and quickly inspired a whole generation of players to greatness. "The French Revolution" examines how, a decade on, the Premier League has now become the favourite playground for French footballers, whether they be internationals or bit-part players. Never before has there been such a wonderful array of Gallic talent available in England. From success stories such as Silvestre to kid's adventures like Vignal, from explorers such as Ginola and Leboeuf to innovators like Tigana, this book is the definitive encyclopaedia of French footballers in England.
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Alex Hayes is a football writer for the Independent on Sunday. He supports Fulham and lives in London, after spending the first 15 years of his life in France. Daniel Ortellis moved to England in 1998 and is the Sports Editor for Agence France Presse (AFP). He lives in London. Xavier Rivoire moved to London in 1994 and is the England correspondent for L'Equipe and RTL in France. He regularly contributes to UK sports programmes on BBC and Talk Radio.
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Descripción Mainstream Publishing, 2005. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M184018650X