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Zen of Naka by  Martin Greig - Hardcover - 2008 - from Hanselled Books and Biblio.co.uk

Zen of Naka

by Greig, Martin

Condition: Very Good/Very Good


UK: Mainstream, 2008. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 6.25" x 9.5. h/b 240 pages, condition is very good. Since his move to Celtic in the summer of 2005, Shunsuke Nakamura has become a cult hero in both Scotland and the Far East. From the wonderful goal in his Champions League debut against Manchester United in 2006 to the strike against Kilmarnock that secured Celtic's league win in 2006-07, Nakamura has firmly established himself as a Celtic legend. Nakamura's ability to confront and overcome adversity has been the key to his success. From his rejection as a youngster by home-town club Yokohama Marinos to his omission from the 2002 World Cup squad by Philippe Troussier and his struggle to adapt to the defensive nature of Italian football, Nakamura has bounced back stronger every time. "The Zen of Naka" is a comprehensive, revealing account of Nakamura's career to date. It explores his development from the early stages of his footballing journey to his time with Celtic at present, and looks ahead at what the future may hold for the star.





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