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1.3 Billion: A Footballing Revolution in the Making

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Football's governing body, FIFA, has more nation members than the United Nations—an organization whose ultimate goal is world peace. Simply said, a big part of the world lives in the beautiful game's shadow. Yet, one of the world's biggest market remains virtually untouched in footballing terms—India. From a population of 1.3 billion, not a single Indian player has really ...more
Kindle Edition, 158 pages
Published April 25th 2017 by New Degree Press
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A solid crash course on the state of football in the world's second most populous nation. This e-book is not without its flaws: it can be digressive and sometimes reads a bit too much like the author's cover letter rather than an in-depth investigation. But if you want to learn where Indian football is and where it could be going, there's hardly a better text out there.
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