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Inspirational for young football fans with the biggest moments in Sergio Agüero's life
Is Sergio Aguero your ultimate football hero? He is the highest South American scorer in the history of the Premier League with more than 180 goals, has won the title four times, and holds the joint-record for the most goals (five) scored in a single Premier League match. Guided by his father, discover how Sergio started playing football at the age of five and how his skills saw him becomes the youngest player to debut in the Argentine Primera Division at aged 15 before moving to Europe where he has since earned legendary status.
Filled with quizzes, stats and little-known facts, plus illustrated and told with all the fun of a Tom Gates novel, the Football Superstars series is perfect for young readers five and up.
The Football Superstars series is aimed at building a love of reading from a young age, with fun cartoons, inspirational stories, a simple narrative style and a cast of characters chipping in with quotes, jokes and comments.
Praise for Football Superstars;
‘This lively book of black-and-white illustrations and facts records the life and career of Marcus Rashford’ Sunday Times
‘With touches of the illustrated feel and sensibility of Shoot! and a bit of Roy the Rovers… a great way for younger children to learn why their football hero Rashford has become a figure of such influence and admiration’ Big Issue
|Publication date:||18th March 2021|
|Publisher:||Welbeck Children's Books an imprint of Welbeck Publishing Group|
|Year Groups:||Key Stage 1|
|Topics:||People / Places, Football, Sports|
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