Date: 26th October 2017 at 11:21am
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Two lucky winners this month will have Guillem Balague’s new book about Pochettino delivered to them as soon as the month is over and the winners are decided.

The one condition is that once you’ve read it, you submit your own review for posting here on Vital Spurs.

One book will be delivered to a front page poster who is judged to have made the best and most insightful and even compelling post during the month of October, whether it is thought to be purely an observational post or in response to an article or posts by others.

This Front Page winner will be decided upon by the Alert team.

The winner of the Forum poster of the month prize will be based on a shortlist of the Top Five accumulated points (excluding me!) and who in my judgement has met the quality challenge of an insightful, well constructed and thought provoking post.

If I can’t decide then the alert team will vote for the winner – in which case if we have to go to that tie breaker, they will also be excluded from winning.

You can read about the writing of this compelling read here at SkySports:



http://www.skysports.com/football/news/11675/11094742/guillem-balague-takes-us-behind-the-writing-of-his-new-book-on-mauricio-pochettino’



About the Author

Guillem Balague is the author of Cristiano Ronaldo, Messi, Barça, Pep Guardiola and A Season on the Brink. A key fixture of Sky Sports’ coverage of Spanish football since 1997, he appears regularly on live match coverage and presents the weekly round-up show Revista de la liga.

He is also the UK Correspondent for AS, the Spanish sports newspaper, writes weekly for Yahoo and has a monthly Special Show on Talksport.

He is the Director of Football of the English football club Biggleswade United. Cristiano Ronaldo was named the Best Football Book of the Year at the 2016 British Sports Book Awards and Guillem won Influencer of the Year 2016 in the Football Blogging Awards.


So get posting and you could be our first winners!

For those of you who don’t win but would still like to read this fascinating book you can order here:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1409157717/’

 

One Reply to “Win Guillem Balague’s acclaimed book about Pochettino”

  • Please, if I may strongly suggest, It’sME for her post on the “Poch comes clean.” article, dated 31/10/17 and time stamped 12:32:00 for the front page poster book award. 🙂

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