FIFA [the organization that governs world soccer] has allowed poor treatment of African soccer players for too long.
LONDON (PRWEB) February 10, 2015
Soccer is a largely accessible sport throughout the world. However, acceptance and diversity are major issues the international sport has that is hindering talented players and preventing growth for some countries. From fans to managers worldwide, prejudice can be seen.
Author and soccer fan, Peter Abrahams has seen the issues within the world of soccer and has chosen to revolve his newest fiction novel around the topic. Taking place in Africa, Abrahams highlights the journey two men take to confront the difficulty of racism that black soccer players and the black race in Africa face.
Abrahams’ protagonists in “The Anfield Man” will open the eyes of readers as their eyes are opened to understanding fundamental truths about human nature. Their journey tackles many aspects of the game of soccer and presents new ideas on how to solve the problems of today.
“FIFA [the organization that governs world soccer] has allowed poor treatment of African soccer players for too long,” Abrahams said.
About the author
Peter Abrahams is the author of “The Mejai.” He is an ardent supporter of the Liverpool Football Club and, in addition to English, is fluent in three African languages. Abrahams currently resides in London.