Issue Sixteen

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Our hard copies are available in a number of Waterstone's stores in the UK and Ireland (see the Stockists page for full details), and Issue Sixteen will be no different. It should be available in stores from early April.

The full contents of Issue Sixteen are below

This Issue

Jonathan Wilson, Editor's Note


Dileep Premachandran, The New Owner - Sachin Tendulkar discusses his interest in football and why he has invested in an ISL team

Louise Phillips, Death of the Giant Killers - Hereford United are one of the most celebrated minnows of English football, so how could they collapse into bankruptcy?

James Corbett, Building the Dream - As the political wrangling continues over the World Cup in Qatar, what is the reality on the ground?

Felix Lill and Javier Sauras, After the Earthquake - How football is playing its part rebuilding the shattered communities around Fukushima


James Young, Reinaldo - The former Brazil striker explains how he expressed his opposition to the dictatorship


Jonathan Wilson, The Improbable Rainmaker - How a derided reserve goalkeeper brough Cote d'Ivoire's long wait for a trophy to an end

John Davidson, Home Comforts - Victory in the Asian Cup they hosted seals Australia's place in the heart of the Asian confederation


Stuart Roy Clarke, Homes of Football - The photographer explains what led him to take football as his subject

John Harding, Reel of Football - The early days of cinema and the struggle to portray football on screen

Stephen O'Donnell, Scripted Drama - The long wait for football to be taken seriously as a literary subject


Paul Simpson, Echoes in Eternity - Which coach has been the most influential of all time?

Ben Lyttleton, Fishing in a Small Pond - Ralf Rangnick explains the philosophy behind Red Bull's investment in Salzburg and Leipzig

Jon Spurling, Pedestrian and Backward - How Ron Greenwood tried to instil a Hungarian approach at Arsenal

Sierra Leone

Firdose Moonda, The Player - How Kei Kamara divides his time between his MLS career and his work in Sierra Leone

Greg Lea, The Coach - Johnny McKinstry on the challenges he faced as coach of Sierra Leone

Joanna Howarth, The President - How Isha Johansson has risen to lead the Sierra Leonean Football Association

Greatest Games

Scott Murray, Rangers 2 Celtic 2 - Scottish Premier League, Ibrox, 17 October 1987

Eight Bells

Andrew Lawn, Chants - A selection of songs that helped shape the history of chanting

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