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8th December 2019
Jonathan Wilson's Editor's Note from Issue Thirty Five
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How football in New York has become a battleground in the fight against the far right
How fans fought back against the rise of the far right on the Elland Road terraces
Peru beat Austria 4-2 at the 1936 Olympics, but it was the Europeans who went through
Remembering the hysteria around Pelé's hunt for his 1000th goal, 50 years on
Frank Barson was a tough player, but was he stitched up by the ban that ended his career?
The Sheffield United forward Colin Grainger on scoring two on his international debut against Brazil
How political meddling ruined Iraq’s only appearance at a World Cup, in Mexico in 1986
Dmitri Shostakovich was one of the most influential figures in 20th-century music. He also loved football.
The rise and fall and ongoing re-evaluation of Groclin Dyskobolia
It was in 1929-30 that Herbert Chapman’s Arsenal finally came together
Mushuc Ruma are a football team, but also a vital symbol of Ecuador’s indigenous people
Israeli football was born on a dusty pitch in Tel Aviv in the 1920s
How Sven-Göran Eriksson overcame the doubters to lead Lazio to the 1999-2000 scudetto.
What makes a rivalry, and can a team exist without a rival to define themselves against?
The sociological similarities between football and religion
Serie A, Stadio Olimpico, Rome, 3 May 1999
A selection of players called up to their national teams from outside the top flight