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Issue Sixteen | Introduction

Editor's Note

Jonathan Wilson

Jonathan Wilson's Editor's Note from Issue Sixteen

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Issue Sixteen | Groundwork

The New Owner

Dileep Premachandran

Sachin Tendulkar discusses his interest in football and why he’s invested in an ISL team

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Issue Sixteen | Groundwork

Death of the Giant Killers

Louise Phillips

Hereford United are one of the most celebrated minnows of English football, so how could they collapse into bankruptcy?

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Issue Sixteen | Groundwork

Building the Dream

James Corbett

As the political wrangling continues over Qatar’s World Cup, what’s the reality on the ground?

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Issue Sixteen | Groundwork

After the Earthquake

Felix Lill and Javier Sauras

How football is playing its part rebuilding the shattered communities around Fukushima

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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 Sixteen | Tournaments

Home Comforts

John Davidson

Victory in the Asian Cup they hosted seals Australia’s place in the heart of the Asian confederation

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Issue Sixteen | Representations

Homes of Football

Stuart Roy Clarke

The photographer explains what led him to take football as his subject

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Issue Sixteen | Representations

Reel of Fortune

John Harding

The early days of cinema and the struggle to portray football on screen

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Issue Sixteen | Representations

Scripted Drama

Stephen O'Donnell

The long wait for football to be taken seriously as a literary subject

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Issue Sixteen | Theory

Echoes in Eternity

Paul Simpson

Of all the great managers, which has been the most influential in inspiring future generations?

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Issue Sixteen | Theory

Fishing in a Small Pond

Ben Lyttleton

Ralf Rangnick explains the philosophy behind Red Bull’s investment in Salzburg and Leipzig

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Issue Sixteen | Theory

Pedestrian and Backward

Jon Spurling

How Ron Greenwood tried to instil a Hungarian approach at Arsenal

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Issue Sixteen | Sierra Leone

The Player

Firdose Moonda

How Kei Kamara divides his time between his MLS career and his work in Sierra Leone

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Issue Sixteen | Sierra Leone

The Coach

Greg Lea

Johnny McKinstry on the challenges he faced as coach of Sierra Leone

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Issue Sixteen | Sierra Leone

The President

Joanna Howarth

How Isha Johansson has risen to lead the Sierra Leonean Football Association

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Issue Sixteen | Greatest Games

Rangers 2 Celtic 2

Scott Murray

Scottish Premier League, Ibrox, 17 October 1987

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Issue Sixteen | Eight Bells

Chants

Andrew Lawn

A selection of terrace songs that helped shape the history of chanting

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