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Henry Winter - Author

About the Author

Henry Winter is the Chief Football Writer of The Times, the current Sports Journalists' Association Football Writer of the Year and a four-time winner of the SJA Specialist Correspondent award. He loves the England national team with a passion that borders on masoschism and has covered their last 244 games from Wembley to Beijing, Chicago to Rio. Along with Wayne Rooney and Roy Hodgson, he also has the third English vote for the Ballon d'Or award for the world's best player.

Featured books by Henry Winter

Fifty Years of Hurt The Story of England Football and Why We Never Stop Believing

Fifty Years of Hurt The Story of England Football and Why We Never Stop Believing

Author: Henry Winter Format: Hardback Release Date: 02/06/2016

'England invented football, codified it, became champions of the world in 1966 but humiliatingly then forgot how to play the greatest game of all. England took their eye off a ball they arrogantly thought they owned, allowing other nations to run off with it.' It has been Fifty Years of Hurt since Bobby Moore lifted the World Cup trophy at Wembley, and in this groundbreaking book, Henry Winter will address the state England are in on the golden anniversary of their greatest moment. Part lament, part anatomy of an obsession, both personal and collective, it analyses the truth behind the endless excuses, apportions the blame for the crimes against English football, but is also a search for hope and solutions. Fifty Years of Hurt weaves more than forty exclusive interviews with the biggest names in the game - Jack Charlton, Alan Mullery, Peter Shilton, Glenn Hoddle, John Barnes, Chris Waddle, Gary Lineker, Ian and Mark Wright, Alan Shearer, Michael Owen, Frank Lampard, Steven Gerrard, Roy Hodgson - with a narrative dissection of the highs and lows of five decades of football. And as well as players and managers, Henry Winter talks to the fans, to agents, to officials, to the governing bodies, about every aspect, good and bad, of English football, to provide answers to the question: 'where did it all go wrong?'.

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Other books by Henry Winter

Fifty Years of Hurt

Fifty Years of Hurt

Author: Henry Winter Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 01/06/2017

'England invented football, codified it, became champions of the world in 1966 but humiliatingly then forgot how to play the greatest game of all. England took their eye off a ball they arrogantly thought they owned, allowing other nations to run off with it.' It was Fifty Years of Hurt from when Bobby Moore lifted the World Cup trophy at Wembley to arguably the nadir of the national game - defeat by Iceland at Euro 2016 and the most botched managerial appointment in FA history. In this groundbreaking book, a Sunday Times bestseller, Henry Winter addresses the state England are in as they celebrate, or rather not, the golden anniversary of their greatest moment. Part lament, part anatomy of an obsession, both personal and collective, it analyses the truth behind the endless excuses, apportions the blame for the crimes against English football, but is also a search for hope and solutions. As well as players and managers, Henry Winter talks to the fans, to agents, to officials, to the governing bodies, about every aspect, good and bad, of English football over the past five decades to provide answers to the question: 'where did it all go wrong?'. It is a passionate journey by a writer with vast personal insight into the national team, with unprecedented access to all areas of the game, but also by a fan who wants his England back. The Fifty Years of Hurt must end.

Teilschuld, Gesamtschuld Und Unechte Gesamtschuld

Teilschuld, Gesamtschuld Und Unechte Gesamtschuld

Author: Henry Winter Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 31/12/1984

Die Motive zum E I geben die Beratungen der 1. Kommission uber die Gesamtschuldbestimmungen an zwei entscheidenden Punkten nicht zutreffend wieder. Nach den Vorstellungen, die dem E I und auch dem BGB zugrunde liegen, ist die Gesamtschuld weder Ausnahme zur Teilschuld noch von ihrer inneren Struktur her mit einem inneren Schuldverhaltnis verbunden. Im Anschluss an das Sachsische BGB und den Dresdner Entwurf ist die Gesamtschuld des BGB auf einheitlicher Grundlage geregelt und knupft dabei an die Solidarobligation des gemeinen Rechts an. 420 ist wie 320 E I zu verstehen. Echte und unechte Gesamtschuld haben die gleiche Struktur. Die Gesamtschuldvorschriften sollten aber nur bei einer diesbezuglichen rechtsgeschaftlichen Vereinbarung oder gesetzlichen Anordnung anwendbar sein.

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