Dero: My Life

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Price
$28.95  $26.92
Publisher
ECW Press
Publish Date
Pages
208
Dimensions
6.3 X 9.2 X 0.8 inches | 1.0 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781770415270
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About the Author
Dwayne De Rosario played 18 seasons of professional soccer, winning four MLS Cups, a CONCACAF Gold Cup for Canada, and was named one of MLS's 25 Greatest Players. The Beautiful Game took him around the world, but his heart has always been in Scarborough. In retirement, he trains youth for the sport, and life, at the DeRo United Futbol Academy. He lives in Markham, Ontario. Brendan Dunlop is a sports television anchor and writer based in Toronto, Canada. He has covered World Cups, Champions League finals, and international matches for theScore, FOX Soccer, and Sportsnet.
Reviews
"DeRo has made a major contribution to his community, on and off the soccer field. His passion for the game and personal development of youth is beyond inspirational. With my son, I've witnessed first-hand how Dero's energy and love for the game is infectious and encouraging." -- Juno award-winning recording artist Maestro Fresh Wes
"DeRo was the player all the young kids wanted to be. He really took me under his wing and taught me a lot about how to be a player on and off the pitch." -- Jonathan Osorio, Toronto FC & Canadian Men's National Team teammate
"De Rosario's story is packed with danger, drama and deliverance. That makes DeRo: My Life an absorbing read." -- MLS Soccer
"DeRo was the reason Canadians started watching MLS soccer. He was a human highlight reel, which made my job very easy." -- James Sharman, sports broadcaster
"Dwayne and I go way back, to our days as young boys growing up in Scarborough. He is a great friend and tremendous athlete. I always knew he was going leave his mark on soccer in North America. Dwayne had an outstanding pro-career, winning multiple MLS Championships, and being named MVP of the league twice. Dwayne is a true Canadian legend, and what I admire the most is that he continues to give back to the kids in our community, helping to grow and inspire the next generation of athletes." -- Jamal Magloire, 12 year NBA veteran and NBA champion assistant coach of the Toronto Raptors