The Fate Of Sporting Underdogs Has Long Stirred The Passions Of Many A Follower There Is Something Pleasing About Watching Apparently Ordinary People Taking On The Sporting Elite Teachers, Accountants, Fishermen And Waiters They Play For The Love Of Football And The Pride In Their Nation.For Footballing Countries Stuck At The Bottom Of FIFA S World Rankings Life Can Be Hard Sporadic Fixtures Against Far Better Equipped Sides Can Be A Soul Destroying Enterprise With Frequent Defeat, Sometimes Bordering On Humiliation, The Regular Outcome For These Teams And Their Players But When That Positive Result Finally Arrives, It Can Mean So Much Unbridled Joy, National Glory, And Even Redemption In Worst In The World, Aidan Williams Looks At The National Teams At The Wrong End, So To Speak, Of FIFA S Rankings In Doing So, He Brings Attention To Those Nations Whose Footballing Aspirations Lie Not In Trophies Or Even Qualification, But Simply In The Love Of The Game And The Pride Of Representing Their Country.
Growing up in Newcastle upon Tyne, Aidan has also lived in London and Japan as well as spending extensive time travelling.The time spent in Japan as an English teacher gave Aidan a love of all things Japanese, which combined with a passion for sport of most varieties led to his books focusing on Asian sport.
- 164 pages
- Worst in the World
- Aidan Williams
- 11 June 2018 Aidan Williams