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Posted by Tim Baker on 20/05/2012
Awesome that is all
JSoccer Magazine Looks WAY UP to The Blizzard
Posted by Alan Gibson on 25/06/2012
It's great stuff you're doing. JSoccer Magazine (Japanese Football in English, and Japanese!) only aspire to the heights you have achieved ... nice to see Ben Mabley in there - The Gaijin of Gamba is GREAT stuff as an intro to Japanese football - perhaps JSoccer Magazine can then pull people in a little more ;-) Fotball - it IS the beautiful game!
Alan Gibson, editor, JSoccer Magazine, www.jsoccer.com
Posted by Gillen Reid on 19/10/2012
Brillaint stuff, something that the writers have a passion for instead of somehting that will sell.
Best Football Magazine I have ever read.
Posted by Xavier Louwagie on 27/11/2012
Title of the post says it all innit?
As a fan...
Posted by Al Stubbino on 17/05/2013
Good enough to make one weep for the lack of it in our national press.