In a perfect world, at least in my definition, none of these become the basis of unjust treatment meted out to a person. You don’t need me to tell you- we are a long way from this.
There is a quote that I feel perfectly sums up the book, and comes very close to capturing Wenger’s life as well as dream in a line, “Football can only call itself a profession if its aim is to make people dream.”
The question is why do fans have such a passion and desire for their teams?
Is the strength of a team determined by its strongest player or its weakest player?
Fenikkusu-Ten years after the Tohoku Tragedy (Fukushima Disaster: Part 1)
I was reading a paper by the Genpact Centre For Women’s Leadership named “Predicament Of Returning Mothers”. The paper intents to explore reasons due to which women drop working in corporate offices after their maternity leave elapses. The researchers undertook this task by interviewing women who work in corporates and media houses.