Thursday, 21 July 2016
Life Of Cameroon's Legendary Footballer Marc Vivien Foe Narrated In A Comic
As it is commonly said in our beautiful country Cameroon "un lion ne meurt jamais il dort simplement" After 13 years of his tragic and the untimely dismissal of one of Cameroon's finest and most loved iconic football , the legendary Marc Vivien Foe, his memories still lives amongst Cameroonian and in the world. He was one footballer who touched the lives of many.
A comic novel band has been written in honour of the great lion Foe where he will continue to write his story. The story entitled "Le contrepied de Foe" is written and imaged by French writers Laurent Galandon and Damien Vidal is a novel that highlights the adventures of Marc Vivien Foe, spotted in his Yaounde home town by a sports agent who promises wonders, while boasting of having the Nigerian Nwankwo Kanu and Senegalese El Hadji Diouf real stars.
The authors takes us into the lives of young football fans living in Yaoundé with characteristic scenery of most neighborhoods of the capital city of Cameroon. To succeed will require our compatriots of the "fighting spirit". The main character trait of Cameroonian footballers associated with accepted combativeness of the Indomitable Lions.
The book is specially dedicated to the wife of the former Cameroon international player Marie Louise and children, this novel in a humanistic scope. Full of the final work philosophy. Its one book you need to grap and put in your reading shelf. For more click Here
Story excepts: www.jewanda-magazine.com