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Issue Twenty Six | Stadiums

Windsor Park, Maine Road, Brazil

James Young

The story of stadiums is the story of the societies that surround them

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Issue Twenty Six | Stadiums

Estádio São Januário

Tim Vickery

Even after an armed robbery, the charm of one of Rio’s oldest grounds is clear

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Issue Twenty Five | Brazilian Legends

Bird of Passage

Andrew Lees

A personal quest into the life-story of Garrincha, Brazil’s unrefined legend

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Issue Twenty Five | Brazilian Legends

Son of the King

Motez Bishara

The troubled story of Pelé’s son Edinho and how he ended up in jail

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Issue Twenty Five | Brazilian Legends

The Drugs Test

Andrew Downie

What really happened when Sócrates was called to give a sample in the 1982 World Cup?

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Issue Twenty Three | Outsiders

Standing Out from the Crowd

Dan Edwards

Marcelo Stones explains how he led an alternative fan movement at Racing

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Issue Twenty Three | Outsiders

The Short Unhappy Life of Dinorah De Assis

James Young

Love, betrayal, murder and the end of a striker’s glorious career

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Issue Twenty Three | The Past

The Eternal Captain

Samindra Kunti

A previously unpublished interview with Carlos Alberto, who died in October

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Issue Twenty | Experience

Fear and Loneliness in Recife

James Young

Life, love and following Santa Cruz’s emotional return from the fourth flight

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Issue Twenty | Experience

Inca Trail

Joseph Marshall

A trip across the Andes and down the Amazon for a drab draw

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Issue Twenty | Odd Games

Shamrock Rovers v Brazil

Nick Miller

At the height of the Troubles, a united Ireland side took on the world champions and nearly won

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Issue Nineteen | Memories

The Stench of the White Elephants

Jamil Chade

Only now is the full scale of the corruption that surrounded the Brazil World Cup beginning to emerge.

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Issue Sixteen | Interview

Reinaldo

James Young

The former Brazil striker explains how he expressed his opposition to the dictatorship

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Issue Fourteen | World Cup Review

The Mirror Crack’d

Cassiano Gobbet

Brazil’s 7-1 semi-final defeat will reverberate through history: what went wrong?

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Issue Fourteen | World Cup Review

Pictures from an Exhibition

Ryu Voekel

A selection of the best photographs from the 2014 World Cup in Brazil

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Issue Fourteen | Eight Bells

Brazilian Courtroom Dramas

Jack Lang

A selection of controversies in the Brazilian game that were settled off the pitch

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Issue Thirteen | Brazil

Fifa, Go Home!

James Corbett

With opposition to the tournament mounting, what does hosting the World Cup mean for Brazil?

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Issue Thirteen | Brazil

Futebol Nation?

James Young

Brazil has the reputation of being the most football-mad nation on earth. Is it?

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Issue Thirteen | Brazil

A Troubled History

Marius Lien

The ambiguous past of José Maria Marin,the head of the Brazilian World Cup

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Issue Thirteen | Protagonists

Sideshow takes Centre Stage

Rupert Fryer

David Luiz discusses how Brazil will handle the pressure of being World Cup hosts

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Issue Thirteen | Protagonists

Better Late than Never

Vladimir Novak

Algeria’s Vahid Halilhodžić on finally making it to the World Cup as a manager

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Issue Thirteen | Greatest Games

Italy 3 Brazil 2

Rob Smyth and Scott Murray

World Cup second phase, Group C, Estadi de Sarrià, Barcelona, Spain, 5 July 1982

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Issue Nine | Fiction

In Search of Punditaria

Scott Oliver

An anthropologist heads into the jungle to discover a society founded by stranded football journalists

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Issue Seven | Seven Bells

Fouls and Fisticuffs

Scott Murray

A selection of unsavoury incidents we're supposed to condemn

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Issue Six | Theory

The Rise of the Technocrats

Tim Vickery

How attitudes to the dictatorship shape Brazil's change of approach in the seventies

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Issue Six | The Lost

The Far Corner

James Young

How football in the north-east of Brazil struggles to keep up with the giants of the south

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Issue Five | Interview

Sócrates

David Tryhorn

The former Brazil captain talks about why footballers have a political responsibility

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Issue Five | Five Rings

Olympic Stories

Marcus Christenson, Steve Menary, Joel Richards, Colin Udoh and Jonathan Wilson

Five tales from the rich history of Olympic football

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Issue Three | Interview

Mario Zagallo and Tostão

Tim Vickery

Mario Zagallo and Tostão talk about 1970, Pelé and the Brazilian style

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Issue Two | Theory

Brazil and the Rise of the Back Four

Rob Sweeney

How foreign influences led to the evolution of the back four in Brazil

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Issue Zero | Sausages

Garrincha's Swedish Son

Lars Sivertsen

When Garrincha toured Sweden with Botafogo, memories weren't all he left behind

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