The World Cup 2018. From A depression and Asperger syndrome


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By Tim Price

ISBN: 9781783824731
Published: 2019
Pages: 34
Key Themes: Football, success


The World cup finals where held in Russia in 2018.
I really enjoyed watching them and I thought other people might like to read my book about it and opinions about the teams, matches, etc.
England did well but France did even better because they won and are now World Champions.
The world cup was very exciting and enjoyable to watch. It was one of the most exciting World Cup finals for a very long time, there were some surprising results and lots of positive play.
The Russian finals were one of the most exciting formats of world cup finals. It was most enjoyable and exciting about the subject of world cup football all around the world and in other countries as well.
The world cup was one of the most colourful in world cup history, in Russia in 2018. Goals were scored which made it very exciting and very enjoyable to watch the world play for the World cup as the winners where France their second world cup win after 1998 at home world cup finals. Very fast football as Germany were knocked out at the group stage.
In the book I have described all the teams, star players, coaches managers and their likely prospects. I have also covered most matches and added other bits and pieces, such as when my dad went to the final in 1966. He still remembers it and the other nine games he watched live.
I have called these other bits Extra Time.
I have written my opinion about each team and the matches.
I hope football fans will enjoy the book and that it reminds them of the tournament which was very good indeed.

About the Author

About the Author
I was affected by lack of Oxygen when I was born and was first diagnosed with a mental health problem in 1990 it was called Depression which people can develop several different kinds of Mental health needs issues or problems they may need the experience of medical staff in hospitals like the Priory, Leighton, or Macclesfield. I later discovered that I had Aspergers Syndrome. I received help from staff with experience of mental health issues. Recovery took a long time with help from hospitals, carers from the Mental Health Unit, my friends and family. Am normally a positive, happy person and I join in activities whenever I can.


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