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Issue #15/2015, 17 April 2015

Football’s stage
Although it only appears to be a rectangular field with lines marked on it, a centre circle, a flag on every corner and a goal in the middle of the two shorter sides, the design of the football pitch is elegant, simple and perfect. David Winner reports on the 150-year evolution of this symmetrical masterpiece.

Top-of-the-table thrills
Record Austrian Bundesliga champions Rapid Vienna clawed their way back to a draw after going 3-0 down to league leaders Salzburg in a fascinating encounter. Despite this heroic effort, the battle for second place is far from over.

Sepp Blatter
In his weekly column, the FIFA President reflects on the independence of football, declaring: “Our sport must never be reduced to being a plaything for the powers that be.”

On the up
Northern Ireland are on track to qualify for EURO 2016. This achievement is thanks in no small part to coach Michael O’Neill, who previously retained the support of Irish Football Association despite a series of defeats.

Korea Republic
Ji Soyun wants to make footballing history with her team in Canada.

Francesco Acerbi 
The Italian returned to the pitch after emerging victorious from his battle with cancer.

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