[Ebook] ➦ The Keeper of Dreams ➬ Ronald Reng – Thomashillier.co.uk



10 thoughts on “The Keeper of Dreams

  1. says:

    I had never heard of Lars Leese, but even from the translated text it s Reng s account of his professional career that really makes this a worthwhile read.Ultimately, this is a biography about a footballer who comes from non league to become a professional Reng had clearly been covering Leese s career when he moved to the Premiership in England, and played his first ever professional game, in his mid to late twenties Rather than a rags to riches story, this islike that of a gambler who s I had never heard of Lars Leese, but even from the translated text it s Reng s account of his professional career that really makes this a worthwhile read.Ultimately, this is a biography about a footballer who comes from non league to become a professional Reng had clearly been covering Leese s career when he moved to the Premiership in England, and played his first ever professional game, in his mid to late twenties Rather than a rags to riches story, this islike that of a gambler who strikes lucky but only experiences wealth for a short time, but this pr...


  2. says:

    The story of a little known German goalkeeper who finds himself being catapulted into the professional game at a relatively mature age for a footballer I don t think there is anything really controversial about his story as the title might suggest However, some of the...


  3. says:

    Like its subject, Reng s book is a middling warm up to his subsequent superb biography of Robert Enke.


  4. says:

    The career of Lars Leese, a goalkepper coming from the third German division who, through some twists and turns of fate, suddenly played in the Premier League Nicely told by Ronald Reng and Lars himself A good, entertaining read and interesting glimpse at what s going on in the world of p...


  5. says:

    This middling expos of a mining town gone star struck for its third rate soccer team really flounders when it tries to build a narrative around its not so interesting protagonist


  6. says:

    Witty, revealing and engrossing As a fan of football but as someone who dislikes what the game has become I found this easy read to be nigh on perfect.


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The Keeper of Dreams A Controversial Story About Life In The English Premier Soccer League A Mixture Of Anecdote And Intimate Biography The Tabloid Truth About Professional Soccer.