All eleven hard copy issues of The Blizzard in one bundle - perfect as a present or for starting your collection. Welll over half a million words across nearly 2,200 pages from more than 100 of the world's best football writers. Weighing in at more than 4 kilos the back catalogue will make your coffee table infinitely more stylish, if somewhat less structually sound.
The Complete Blizzard Collection
All eleven hard copy issues of The Blizzard in one bundle. Well over half a million words across nearly 2,200 pages from more than 100 of the world's best football writers, for a flat fee including postage and packing (P&P):
Please note: This bundle includes Issues One to Eleven of The Blizzard. Issues can be purchased individually from as little as £6 (+ P&P) under our pay-what-you-like policy. Our first and second year collections (Issues One to Four and Five to Eight respectively) are available separately, from £28 inclusive of delivery.
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Some of the many, many highlights from across the ten issues include
- Issue One - Sid Lowe's interview with Pep Guardiola's mentor, Juanma Lillo, and Dominic Sandbrook comparing Don Revie to Richard Nixon.
- Issue Two - James Horncastle exploring how Gianni Brera shaped the language and style of Italian football, and Uli Hesse looking at how Borussia Dortmund came back from the brink to win the Bundesliga.
- Issue Three - Barney Ronay on the story of the World War One internment camp that shaped the development of the game in Europe, and Davidde Corran revisiting Australia's tour to Saigon at the height of the Vietnam war.
- Issue Four - Patrick Dessault in conversation with Claude Suaudeau and Didier Deschamps, and David Lynch exploring the role of Ahly and Zamalek's ultras in Egypt's 'Arab Spring'.
- Issue Five - Lars Siversten speaking to Claus Lundekvam about his post-retirement drink and drug addiction, and Simon Kuper musing on post-nationalism in international football.
- Issue Six - Brendan Rodgers outlining his footballing philosophy to Philippe Auclair, and Tim Vickery exploring the myth of the Brazilian jogo bonito.
- Issue Seven - Carl Worswick looking at El Dorado and the genesis of the professional game in Colombia, and Paolo Bandini interviewing former Spurs keeper turned banker Espen Baardsen.
- Issue Eight - Philippe Auclair in conversation with the doyen of football writing, Brian Glanville, and Roy Henderson on José Mourinho's 'Cult of Personality'.
- Issue Nine - Igor Rabiner speaks to the widow of the great Lev Yashin, and Anthony Clavane examines Leeds, 'the North' and the contradictory narrative of Northern Realism.
- Issue Ten - Andy Brassell in conversation with Galatasaray (and now Turkey) boss Fatih Terim, and Miguel Delaney on the birth of catenaccio in Greatest Games, Milan v Benfica in the 1963 European Cup final.
- Issue Eleven - Sam Kelly talks to Horacio Elizondo about that red card he showed to Zidane, and Dion Fanning takes a look at Ireland's sozzled relationship with alcohol.