Jamie Johnson: Skills from Brazil

Your favourite football series gets a Brazilian twist in this sizzling new prequel. Go back to before the packed stadiums; before the bright lights; before the international games. Jamie is in his last year of primary school. He’s the best footballer there: the only one who could possibly lead the students to victory in their annual game against the teachers. That is, until a skilled new boy arrives from Brazil, and shows Jamie what it means to be the best.

  • True-to-the-game footie fiction – now a hit TV series!
  • Dan Freedman is a former FA official writer and editor
  • He toured with the England team during two World Cups
  • “Jamie Johnson is my type of footballer” – Ryan Giggs

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    This is a amazing and itriguing book action-packed with all the things a 11-year-old would love. I have enjoyed this book and recommend it to all the children in the UK.

    23 June 2014

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    Dan Freedman

    Dan Freedman is author of the Jamie Johnson football books, and also works at the FA, editing their website and match programmes.

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