Biography Luciano Wernicke

  Luciano Wernicke was born in 1969 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  He is graduated in Journalism from the University of Salvador.
  He worked for 22 years in the news agency Diarios y Noticias (DyN) and for numerous Argentine media such as the magazines Humor and El   Gráfico and the sport newspaper Olé.
  He also wrote articles for publications in Colombia, Norway, Chile, Japan, the United States, England and Scotland.
  He practiced teaching for almost twenty years in institutions such as the Círculo de Periodistas Deportivos and the Universidad Argentina de la   Empresa (UADE).
  He is the author of numerous books as: "Astonishing World Cup stories" (2010), " Astonishing Olympic stories" (2012), "Astonishing football   stories" (2013), "Doctor and Champion" (Autobiography of Carlos Bilardo, 2014), "James, a crack is born" (Biography of James Rodriguez, 2014), "Astonishing Copa Libertadores stories" (2015), "Round Words" (2016), "Why is football played eleven against eleven?" (2017).
  His works were published in Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and the United States.