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The full contents of Issue Thirteen are below.
Jonathan Wilson, Editor's Note
Uli Hesse, Never the Twain - The story of the meeting between West Germany and East Germany at the 1974 World Cup
Greg Johnson, Hearts and Minds - Spain threaten, like Lennox Lewis, to be a great but unloved champion
Richard Jolly, The Clubs behind the Countries - Which clubs have produced the most World Cup winners?
Martin Mazur, The Moral Pendulum - Argentina's eternal vacillation between the poles of futbol and anti-futbol
Michael Cox, The Grandmaster - How Marcello Lippi used chess tactics to guide Italy to victory at the 2006 World Cup
James Corbett, Fifa, Go Home! - With opposition to the tournament mounting, what does hosting the World Cup mean for Brazil?
James Young, Futebol Nation? - Brazil has the reputation of being the most football-mad nation on earth. Is it?
Marius Lien, A Troubled History - The ambiguous past of Jose Maria Marin, the head of the Brazilian World Cup
Rupert Fryer, Sideshow takes Centre Stage - David Luiz discusses how Brazil will handle the pressure of being World Cup hosts
Mike Phillips, The Multi-Kulti Question - How the Switzerland national team became part of the debate on immigration
Vladimir Novak, Better Late than Never - Algeria's Vahid Halihodzic on finally making it to the World Cup as a manager
Leo Verheul, The Artist's Boy - Robin van Persie was shaped by the Rotterdam in which he grew up
Sean Carroll, The Secret Team - An Yeong-hag and Chong Tese on playing for North Korea at the 2010 World Cup
Michael Yokhin, The Indomitability of Lions - In 1990 Cameroon overcame shambolic preparations to shock the world and Oliver Pickup speaks to Roger Milla about becoming his nation's saviour at 38
Martin Mazur, Two Men Down - In 1982 El Salvador came from war, chaos and corruption, lost 10-1 and retained their dignity
Iain Macintosh, The Quantum of Bobby - Spinning through time and space, Bobby Manager fins himself in Italy in 1990
Jonathan Wilson, Hungary 4 Uruguay 2 (aet) - World Cup semi-final, Stade Olympique de la Pontaise, Lausanne, Switzerland 20 June 1954
Rob Smyth and Scott Murray, Italy 3 Brazil 2 - World Cup second phase, Group C, Estadi de Sarria, Barcelona, Spain 5 July 1982
Michael Yokhin, World Cup Cameos - A selection of players who played only a few minutes at the World Cup