International football’s most intriguing stories are the tales of what might have been, those seemingly insignificant incidents that would have had the largest unforeseen effects.
Messi is unable to afford growth hormone treatment … and Spanish football loses its charitable nature
Technology helps prevent decades of human error in football … and West Germany claims victory at Wembley in 1966
Substitutions are never introduced to football … and the game is rid of greed and disloyalty
Engaging, contentious and compulsively readable, each book in this new series takes the reader on a historical flight of fancy, imagining the consequences if history had gone just that little bit differently.