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Each issue is a massive 100 pages long and in the latest issue we cover the Pardew departure, speculate upon the January Sales, review 2014 in full and all points in between. Previous issues give some indication as to who might be the new man.
No-one quite does history and nostalgia like us so in the latest issue we have Chris Laws’ continuation of the brilliant 60 Second Season from the 1909/10 season as well as a tour-de-force from Marc Corby of the history of Newcastle United’s 3rd round highlights, lowlights and all the rest of it.
As our regular readers will know we have our writers planted all over the world as well as visiting places near and far.
He’s a relatively new writer but Peter Embleton’s piece covering Maradonna’s time with Napoli is one of the most detailed and in depth pieces we’ve ever published and sits well alongside the Talkin’ Italian series which we have started this season thanks to Peter’s expertise in Italian football. Dan Gordon has been to Germany. Again. He loves Germany does Dan. And he loves German football. He’s been to more games. We’ve got his experiences covered here. Likewise we have one of our lads out in South Korea and like any self-respecting Geordie, he’s sussed out the local football scene and got himself right into it.
As ever, Tony Higgins has the unvarnished, true take on what is happening in Spanish football in his excellent piece, the Real Spain. Similarly, our man in Rio John Milton has been delving deep into Brazilian football and getting to know Botafago very, very well.
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