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13th September 2019
Jonathan Wilson's Editor's Note from Issue Thirty Four
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The USA's victory at the Women's World Cup and Fifa's failings amid the indifference of France
Can we talk about women's football without talking about talking about women's football?
Brazil won the Copa América but their triumph was hijacked by Jair Bolsonaro
How semi-final disappointment led to the interim coach Lionel Scaloni getting the Argentina job
Nick Ames and Jonathan Wilson
Amid the heat and chaos at the Cup of Nations, Algeria offered hope
The Gold Cup had familiar finalists, but things are changing in Concacaf
After a troubled history, Guyana made the most of a first Gold Cup qualification
How the extraordinary life of a Hungarian pioneer inspired a tournament in Budapest
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The redemption of Jerry Sikhosana and Orlando Pirates' Champions League glory
Adama Traoré dribbles more than almost anybody else in the world. But what is he actually good for?
September 2019 marks 30 years since the premature death of the Polish great Kazimierz Deyna
Jesse Lingard and Ravel Morrison once played together but their careers have followed different trajectories
Once the giants of Latvian football, now Skonto are struggling to survive
Başakşehir are Turkey's newest professional club. Last season they nearly won the league
What Reading's attempts at a club song tell us about the hollowness of modern football
What makes a club, and why do their colours seem to matter so much more than other aspects of identity?
A selection of eight memorably awful Premier League relegation campaigns