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World-class striker Chicharito

NOTE: This book is in Spanish.

Explore the history of world-class striker Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez. This biography, written completely in Spanish, chronicles Chicharito's journey to becoming a professional soccer player for Manchester United and Mexico. Admired for his talent and athleticism, comes from a family of professional soccer stars. Chicharito is the first Mexican player to play for Manchester United and the Mexican national team. This book is divided into seven chapters, seven major points in his developing career. Even if you don't speak Spanish, this book has over 70 color photographs to help tell his story. By Charles Samuel. 122 pages.


Explora la historia de Javier “Chicharito” Hernández con esa biografía del jugador del Manchester United y la Selección Mexicana. Escrita completamente en español, narra la trayectoria del Chicharito desde sus inicios hasta el escenario mundial. El Chichar

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