Three Lions Roar: A Novel of World Cup 2006
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) June 7, 2006
The World Cup 2006 is looking more and more like the movie version of Umut Ozturk’s novel. Never before has an author dared to write a novel predicting the outcome of an event of this magnitude, not to mention that Ozturk’s version of the World Cup 2006 is beginning to become World Cup 2006. Perhaps he is the Nostradamus of the sports world. FIFA 2006 fans will find it amazing.
In a fictional account of the World Cup 2006 Turkish Author Umut Ozturk has masterfully created a one-of-a-kind novel that is currently transforming into fact. "Three Lions Roar: A Novel of World Cup 2006" is quickly becoming one of the most fascinating football books of all time. This book not only chronicles the intriguing, unique, and sometimes frenzied dimensions of the World Cup, but it also smoothly intertwines a page-turning plot involving action, drama, and love.
Ozturk introduces us to team England and its fans, a nation craving another World Cup championship for forty years, where a father-son team (ignorant of their blood relation) takes the English soccer scene by storm. Next are the well-anticipated World Cup 2006 finals, a thrilling clash of the titans. England faces Germany in a rematch of the 1966 final starring Bobby Charlton and his English team. Never before has an author dared to write a novel predicting the outcome of an event of this magnitude, not to mention that Ozturk’s version of the World Cup 2006 is beginning to become World Cup 2006.
For more information regarding the World Cup and this year's match up between England and Germany visit the FIFA 2006 (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) website.
The novelty of this book easily makes it the greatest soccer/football book of all time. The writing draws you in with exciting action that makes lovable characters, sports nail-biting, and the often complicated world of football understandable. Ozturk skillfully takes England through the World Cup preliminaries that read almost like the news articles written about the actual matches. In the novel, England captures first place in their group, Group B. England was recently the first team called in the World Cup FIFA 2006 draw, called into Group B. This should mark the celebration of an untapped trend in books and sports.
"Three Lions Roar: A Novel of World Cup 2006" was only published a year ago and it is available in multiple languages. The World Cup is a huge international event and should naturally be accessible to the international community, whether Turkish, German, Japanese, or any other language.
The World Cup 2006 is looking more and more like the movie version of Umut Ozturk’s novel. Perhaps he is the Nostradamus of the sports world. FIFA 2006 fans will find it amazing.
About FIFA 2006 and the World Cup:
No other sporting event captures the world's imagination like the FIFA World Cup. Ever since the first tentative competition in Uruguay in 1930, FIFA's flagship has constantly grown in popularity and prestige. An estimated 350 million viewers worldwide followed the Final Draw for the FIFA 2006 World Cup™ from Halle 1 of the Congress Center Leipzig, with images provided by 160 broadcasters. Today, the FIFA World Cup holds the entire global public under its spell. An accumulated audience of over 37 billion people watched the France 98 tournament, including approximately 1.3 billion for the final alone, while over 2.7 million people flocked to watch the 64 matches in the French stadia (information provided by the Fédération Internationale de Football Association's website at http://www.fifa.com/default.html).
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