Kicker by Matt Brown

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Mickey Doyle had the opportunity of a lifeti me. As an undersized minor pro soccer goalie from Liverpool, he’d achieved as much as his body would let him. Then, on a fl uke, he discovered a new talent, and became the kicker for a professional football team in America. His journey took him overseas to a land more foreign than he had imagined, but in other ways it was very familiar. His inner journey wound through ambiti on, happiness, solitude, friendship, and love. But ulti mately, he crossed the ocean in search of himself.

About Matt Brown

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A former collegiate football player and decathlete, Matt Brown has worked with performers from multiple environments as a performance consultant and counselor. He has worked with Olympians, professional hockey and football players, coaches, surgeons, musicians, and dancers. In all cases, they are guided in the process of optimizing potential both as performers and as people. This novel was inspired by their stories.
Published December 3, 2010 by Xlibris. 204 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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