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Issue Eleven | African Champions League

In Memoriam

James Montague

Al-Ahly’s seventh Champions League triumph was about more than football

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Issue Eleven | African Champions League

March of the People’s Elephant

Oluwashina Okeleji

How Enyimba became only the second team to retain the African Champions League

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Issue Eleven | African Champions League

The Flight of the Ravens

Ian Hawkey

The rivalry between TP Mazembe and Asante Kotoko dominated African football in the late sixties

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Issue Eleven | African Champions League

Unity and Faith

Segun Ogunfeytimi

Images of the passion stirred in Nigeria by this season’s African Champions League

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Issue Eleven | Interview

Oscar Washington Tabárez

Martin Mazur

El Maestro on how he keeps Uruguay living up to the standards of the past

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Issue Eleven | Theory

Roy's Swedish Revolution

Gunnar Persson

How Roy Hodgson transformed the face of the Swedish game

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Issue Eleven | Theory

The Waiting Game

Andi Thomas

The strange world of the back-up goalkeeper, in which nothing is something

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Why is the World Cup Boring?

Jonathan Wilson

How the nature of international football leads inevitably to sluggish football

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Issue Eleven | Theory

Learning to Press

Uli Hesse

The tactical revolution that led to the transformation of the German game

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Issue Eleven | Identity

Size 5

Nicholas Hogg

Football, growing up in Leicester and falling out of love with the game

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Issue Eleven | Identity

Booze Boys

Dion Fanning

Tracing the history of Irish football’s sizzled relationship with alcohol

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Issue Eleven | Referees

The Final Whistler

Sam Kelly

Horacio Elizondo on the strategy of officiating, and sending off Zidane in the World Cup final

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Issue Eleven | Referees

The First Modern Ref

Alexander Jackson and David Toms

Refereeing a Cup final cost Harry Nattrass his job but he became the greatest official of his age

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Issue Eleven | Referees

The Psychologist

Ben Lyttleton

Tom Henning Øvrebø on man-management and that game at Stamford Bridge

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Issue Eleven | Exile

The Lost Legend

James Horncastle

Árpád Weisz was one of Serie A’s first great coaches. He was also Jewish.

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Issue Eleven | Exile

Closure

Igor Rabiner

Travelling through Siberia with Avram Grant to find the graves of his grandparents

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Issue Eleven | Exile

The Survivor

Shaul Adar

Emmanuel Schaffer escaped the holocaust and took Israel to the World Cup

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Issue Eleven | Fiction

The Handkerchief

David Ashton

Young love intervenes between a goalkeeper and his chance of glory

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Issue Eleven | Greatest Games

Dundee 1 Dundee United 2

Richard Winton

Scottish Premier League, Dens Park, Dundee, 14 May 1983

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Issue Eleven | Eight Bells

Unexpected League Leaders

Michael Yokhin

A selection of minnows who, briefly, found themselves at the top of the tree

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Issue Eleven | Introduction

Editor's Note

Jonathan Wilson

Jonathan Wilson's Editor's Note from Issue Eleven

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Issue Eleven | African Champions League

A Voyage Under Jolly Roger

Firdose Moonda

Following Orlando Pirates’ run to the final of the African Champions League

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Issue Eleven | African Champions League

Football’s Only Part of It

Colin Udoh

To prosper in the African Champions League you have to play the game off the pitch as well as on it

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