George Kusunelos Shares Historical Feat of Football in New Book

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"The Greatest Greek Athletic Club" showcases talents, achievements of football players and how they succeeded in their chosen sport.

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Football players write their history and in subsequent the club’s on the field. They formulate not only the competitive success story but most importantly they imprint their personal ethical code by their behavior during the action. That ethical code leaves the mark on the fans impression. When an Empire folds, like Alexander’s or Romans’ or the recent British and the present day traces of decay from the mighty United States of America, people search to find out the causes.

PANATHINAIKOS became a football victim of the corruptive organizational authority of the Greek football. It has been sidelined its presence in winning titles for 18 years. Just as the politics in the country proved corruptive bankrupting the nation so did the football. While reformation is under way fro the Greek society, reformation is absent from its football scene.

There is a dark side of this biographical history of Panathinaikos. This mighty football club fell victim to the corruptive political machinations since 1996. Politicians drove the country to bankruptcy so they did a number of football clubs including Panathinaikos in favor of a present day permanent football champion in Greece. But Panathinaikos stamp in the country’s athletic history is glorious.

The Greatest Greek Athletic Club” (published by Xlibris UK) by George Kusunelos depicts the heroics of football players in the world of athleticism the way others can succeed on other different fields. It is also a haven where characters are nourished ethically. One can metamorphosize a school into a football campus and will see no glaring difference to the curriculum taught in relation on the field of competition or in one’s social behavior. This book is 25 years in the making. Its research brings facts and certified informational material suitable not only for enjoyment but also a biographical light from an independent, unprejudiced and open-minded author for the benefit to Football Biographical Historiography. This book also highlights the glory of a football club, within the standards of the Greek football world, that has produced such a plead of players personalities who have left a mark on the society. Readers will also have a complete and detailed history of Panathinaikos which enables them to go back in referring to its pages any time they need a concrete and specific piece of information.

Skillfully written, highly imaginative and extremely interesting, “The Greatest Greek Athletic Club” is for all football aficionados who want to learn the history of football and how this game became the most influential and famous sport of all time.

By George Kusunelos
Hardcover | 8.5x 11in | 340 pages | ISBN 9781499093131
Softcover | 8.5 x 11in | 340 pages | ISBN 9781499093148
E-Book | 340 pages | ISBN 9781499093155
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About the Author
George Kusunelos was born on June 20, 1938 in Athens Greece. He earned a degree in Economics and Marketing at the University of Athens and English Philology at the University Athens in Capodestrian. His other works include A Century of Nobel Prizes, History of Greek Football 1896-1985, World Cup 1930-1994, European Championship 1960-2004 and many more. He is married with two children and two grandchildren.

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