Our 7th issue features 116 page of original stories about global soccer. It contains new feature writing from some of soccer’s most acclaimed journalists and it showcases wonderful photography, fun illustrations, and great info-graphics all in a beautifully designed, vibrant, large-format publication. Highlights include:
- The Modest Assasin: Thomas Müller can’t beat you with ball control, pace, or dribbling. But he will beat you. by Uli Hesse
- A Woof Over Their Heads: Manchester United were built around a lost dog, the pub keeper who found him, and a wealthy brewer who saw the potential in a club called Newton Heath. by Jonathan Wilson
- Enigma: DarlingtonNagbe could be the best player on the U.S. men’s national team. Does he want to be? by Andrew Helms
- They Came, They Conquered … : The inside story of how Germany defeated Brazil in the 2014 World Cup semifinal. by Raphael Honigstein
- Eyes Wide Shut: The video-review debate is really about football’s relationship to the injustices of daily life. by Corley Miller
- 50 Years of Hurt: Paul Gascoigne’s tears at Italia ’90 seemed to wash away years of hooliganism and misery, and by 1996 England were ready to win their first tournament in three decades. by Jonathan Wilson
- Highs and Lows: Tracking the meteoric ascents and soul-crushing falls of this year’s Premier League clubs through the tiers of English football. by W. Tyler Hall and Martin Salazar
Plus Bastian Schweinsteiger, Kevin De Bruyne, Kurt Zouma, Chuck Blazer, and whatever happened to Scottish football?Shipping starting at +$4 for domestic shipping /+$5 for U.K. / +$7 for Canada / +$7 and up for other countries will be added at check out.
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