Issue Nineteen contains our usual blend of the esoteric and enduring. The full contents of Issue Nineteen are below.
Jonathan Wilson, Editor's Note
Jonathan Wilson, The Devil's Party - The manager, his methods, and why it always goes wrong in the third season
Craig Smith, The Unknown Football Fan
Craig Smith, A Striker Fires Wide
Felix Lill and Javier Sauras, The Immortality of Awfulness - In 1965-66, Tasmania Berlin played their only Bundesliga season becoming the worst team in German history
Jamil Chade, The Stench of the White Elephants - Only now is the full scale of the corruption that surrounded the Brazil World Cup beginning to emerge
Ally Palmer, For the Love of the Honest Men - An Ayr United fan reflects on decades of following the ups and downs at Somerset Park
Alex Preston, This Sporting Half-Life - Sport, ageing and the grudging acceptance of a novelist and his mortality
Gunnar Persson, You are not Nacka Skoglund! - The meteoric rise and terrible fall of the Swedish Internazionale legend
Dermot Corrigan, Football v Alzheimer's - How football is being used to stimulate the memories of Alzheimer's patients
Maciej Iwanski, The Throwback - Robert Lewandowski is proving the value of the old-fashioned striker. But what created him?
Przemek Niciejewski, Going to the Match - A Kickstarter project to create a visual celebration of football culture; football without fans is nothing
Paul Brown, What's Wrong With Finnish Football? - As Iceland qualify for Euro 2016, Finland is asking, "Why not us?"
Kit Gillet, At the Feet of the Master - Gheorghe Hagi has established an academy to try to develop a new generation of Romanian talent
Harry Pearson, Slaggy Island - South Bank was a grim industrial pocked of Teesside - and the home to a wealth of footballing talent
Rupert Fryer, The Peter Principle - Promotion to a level of incompetence is a common idea in business, but is it true in football?
Alex Keble, Chaos Theory - With so many variables at play, does anybody ever know anything?
Arthur O'Dea, Late Style - Taking the theory of Edward Said about mature artists and applying it Giovanni Trapattoni
Vladimir Novak, Restoring the Glory - Austria's coach Marcel Koller explains their first tournament qualification in 18 years
Peter Linden, The Burden of History - For years, Austrian football has been struggling to live up to is glorious past
Iain Macintosh, The Quantum of Bobby - Can Bobby stop David Beckham getting sent off at the 1998 World Cup?
Charles Ducksbury, Hajduk Split v Crvena Zvezda (abandoned) - Yugoslav First League, Stadion Poljud, Split, 4 May 1980
Richard Jolly, One-Hit Wonders - A selection of players who enjoyed a fleeting moment of fame