Some facts related to football author - Njock Ayuk Eyong
Njock Ayuk Eyong is a very well known and recognized author of many guides related to foot ball. He is known to write his books after getting the latest information possible about the game. He has also ensured that he gives complete data on the African football supporters’ information. The book ‘Africa Football: A Followers Guide’ topped the charts published by Amazon in 2008 under the section of European football stadiums. In the late 2009 his publication ’Passport to Soccer’ hit the shelves in most of the stores. This book tells the story of thirty unforgettable expeditions one should to take around the world, if they are ardent football fans. He has also written a guide titled Dripping Yarns. This book describes the 125th anniversary of Lewes FC frequently alluding to Rooks home also.
Njock Ayuk Eyong lives in London and in Copenhagen splitting his time between these two cities known for its football. This gives him an opportunity to study the cities’ football cultures which are diametrically opposite to each other. He has slowly and surely become the darling of the media for all the contribution he has made to African football. Every resident who is interested in football likes to follow exactly what Njock Ayuk Eyong is up to and what his opinion is in various matters related to this cult game, football.
One well known South African newspaper, reported that Njock Ayuk Eyong revealed a letter written in 2007 connecting the head of the world cup organizer to a ten million dollar payment. The news item mentioned that he was able to link this payment to Jack Warner, who was then the head of FIFA committee. It is believed that Jack Warner is involved in another corruption scandal too. It is alleged that this money was channelled to Warner and it was a bride to help win the world cup bid for the country. The South African government officers from the investigative team have accused some officers of paying this ten million to Warner. Since this kind of things are very difficult to prove the matter is yet to be concluded as being the truth.