Champions of EuropeTitle: Champions of Europe
Subtitle: The Road to Moscow
Publisher: At Heart Ltd
Publication date: July 2008
Author: Stuart Mathieson (MUFC correspondent for the Manchester Evening News)
Foreword: Sir Bobby Charlton
PB, 144 (TBC) pages
Size: 246 x 189 mm
Full colour throughout.
Pre-order: 24hr freephone 0808 180 2008, or www.atheart.co.uk/manu
Celebrate United’s double triumph with this fantastic new book chronicling one of the Reds’ most amazing seasons. Packed with over 150 full-colour photos, some of Judi Poker Uang Asli which are previously unseen, this indispensible guide follows United at every step of their sensational journey. Relive glorious victories over Lyon and Dynamo Kiev. Recall heart-stopping matches against Roma and Barcelona as Fergie’s boys battled for glory. Who could forget the night a nation held its breath as the team finally triumphed at the Luzhniki Stadium!
Each page of Champions of Europe: The Road to Moscow is packed with match reports, pitch-side accounts, interviews and a collection of incredible full-colour team and action shots of United’s best moments in this most memorable of seasons.
-Pre- and post-publication within the Manchester Evening News and regional and national newspapers across the United Kingdom and Eire
-Reviews and competitions within the major football and sporting press and affiliated websites
-Stocking and point-of-sale within bookshops, newsagents, gift shops, libraries, tourist information centers, airports and hospitals throughout the UK
-Book-signings with players and ex-players at major bookshops throughout Greater Manchester
-Extensive TV and radio coverage
-Promotion on MUFC supporters clubs throughout the UK and international markets (eg Australia, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Malaysia, The Netherlands, Scandinavia, South Africa)
Fifa World Rankings July 2008
New European champions Spain top this month’s Fifa world rankings for the first time ever.
Argentina drop to 6th and Brazil are 4th, Italy 2nd and Germany 3rd. England drop to 15th place just one ahead of rivals Scotland in 16th.
Euro 2008 co-hosts Austria drop out of the top 100 after picking up just one point in their three games.
8 Czech Republic