"Thanks to Askold's special thanks to him, because I myself would not publish a book about me. I started writing 15 years ago, I do not know or the book's writing has been done so much," Pahar said, a show at a smile. "I was still playing in England, but then I had many things that changed, I was able to marry, decide, marry, and decide again." At one point, Askold offered to resume writing a book, I refused, but he convinced me.
"The book was very interesting, I read it during the day, I do not know, maybe it seemed interesting to me, but I'm sure it will be so for my parents and children. This shows both the thoughts of the young man 15 years ago and the thoughts an adult, "says the legend of the football in Latvia. "A young man who, at the beginning of the story, is not sure of himself, has come to another country. However, these doubts have allowed me not to stop and always go ahead and destroy the road."
As Pahar discovered, the name "Super Marians" appeared about a week before the book was sent to the typography, the last hero and the author of the conversation.
"I started writing when he was still young and productive – a big star, I often interviewed him and concluded that he needed a book, and then Marian started the wounds and the book remained in the manuscript for for many years we have not been able to catch up when we were alone, even though we regularly talked about the resumption of writing, "says Uldriķis, that at one point he wanted the Cup to continue, but the author did not have time and vice versa. "I think this book will be interesting for football fans of all ages. Each book goes through intentions and perseverance, has achieved its goals through character, though it is not simple."
"15 years ago, we planned to wear hardcover gold cards, but now it was issued with soft cover because Marian's vision is completely different," said the author, revealing that the Latvian Football Federation (LFF) and the school football "Metta" contributes financially. "Publishing books is not a profitable business, so I thank you all who helped her." The books in Metta will be distributed to their colleagues and it will be interesting to read the best. "
Meanwhile, LFF Secretary General Edgars Pukinsks found that Uldriq's verbal agreement was reached on immortalizing life stories from other major players in Latvia's football. "We will continue to create such content to keep the history of football open to future generations."
"There are very few books on football in Latvia, I hope this will start the move," Pahar said.
The books should now be in the bookstores in Riga, but already on Thursday, all over Latvia. Initially, 1,000 copies will be available for sale. They may also be issued in Russian, and Southampton may also be available in English.
The seventh-seventh cup was the English club "Southampton" and played great in the Premier League, where it scored 42 goals in 129 games. 2001/2002. In the season, he entered the top 10 Premier League players. In the Latvian team, Pahar played 75 games and scored 15 goals. Three times – in 1999, 2000 and 2001 – he was recognized as the best Latvian footballer of the year.
After completing the career of a footballer, Pahar worked as the head coach of the Skonto club, the U-21 team in Latvia and the national team of Latvia. He currently works as Jelgava's head coach.
The author of the book, Uldriķis, worked for 17 years as a sports journalist in sports magazines "Sport" and "Independent morning newspaper", as well as in the "Sporta Aviz" magazine.