Maradona’s Magic (Innbundet)

3 books in 1

Series: Mikke Milnbergan 


Arild Stavrum

Norwegian title: Maradonas magi - hele historien
Binding: Innbundet
Year: 2016
Pages: 336
Publisher: Cappelen Damm
Språk: Bokmål
Series: Mikke Milnbergan
ISBN/EAN: 9788202491383
Age: 10 - 12
Overview Maradonas magi - hele historien

Mikke Milnbergan is a very good player in the Clausenengen junior football team. He is best friends with his team-mates Hansa and Shearer. Their worst rivals are Nordlandet, captained by the brutal monster Sondre Goma. Nordlandet must be beaten this summer, in the series and in the Norway Cup. Mikke is also dreaming about Kari Hola; what if she became his girlfriend?

Summer 2015 becomes a struggle, about both football and love. Friendship is put to several tests in the competition to be best. But most of all the summer is full of magic – Maradona's magic! Game on! This is the setting for a summer of passion and adventure. Mikke Milnbergan will never be the same again, either as a person or as a footballer.

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Author Arild Stavrum

Arild Stavrum (1972–) is a former professional football player and football coach. He has played for Brann, Molde and Stabæk in Tippeligaen (Norwegian professional league), Helsingborg in Sweden, Aberdeen in Scotland and Besiktas in Turkey.
Former Norwegian champion, Swedish champion, top goal scorer and striker of the year in Sweden, number 2 top goal scorer in Scotland. He has also coached at top level and has the highest coaching qualification in Europe – the UEFA Pro Licence.

Stavrum now has taken a break from football to pursue a new dream: writing. Debuted with the novel 31 år på gress (2008), followed by Golden Boys in (2012), which has been translated into Danish and English. He then wrote the non-fiction book En sommer med fotball in 2013. The same year saw the publication of his first children’s book, Maradonas magi. This was followed by Maradonas mål in 2014 and Maradonas moral in April 2015.

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