Football: Future Sports

Football: Future Sports

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by Rocky Grede
     
 

"Football was regarded as the word wide sport, engaging fans and supporters in an epic season of innocent drama and action."

Such a saying is now a speck in the distant past.

The passage of time and advancements in technology has gradually given birth to an altered version of the sport.

In a now technological future world, football has

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Overview

"Football was regarded as the word wide sport, engaging fans and supporters in an epic season of innocent drama and action."

Such a saying is now a speck in the distant past.

The passage of time and advancements in technology has gradually given birth to an altered version of the sport.

In a now technological future world, football has become the focal point of society; A game of action, blood, and fear.

At the end of every season, the three teams that finish at the bottom of the league are 'Relegated', and the players are 'Transfered' - in other words, their body parts are auctioned off to the highest bidder to be used as prized body enhancements. 

Jax, a world renowned football player, finds his team lingering at the bottom of the league table. With the last game of the season around the corner, Jax knows relegation is a possibility and he is faced with the greatest challenge of  his football career and  life.

YA, Sci Fi, 16.000 words approx.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940149218141
Publisher:
Rocky Grede
Publication date:
01/14/2014
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
136,768
File size:
251 KB
Age Range:
13 Years

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Football: Future Sports 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
KLJ25 More than 1 year ago
3 stars because of original (promising) premise. 2-1/2 stars for story overall. The idea of a dystopian future where football (actually soccer) is a life and death business started off really well. The game was tedious and the ending terribly abrupt. Also there were a lot of holes. Was there ever a mother and wife? why did the system evolve? Where did the money go from the 'relegated' players? Why the bottom three teams? How did the owners recruit future players with this consequence? 68 pages.