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Issue #04/2015 - 30 JAN 2015

At the start no-one could have foreseen the dimensions of the outbreak in West Africa. A year later and faced with a full-scale epidemic, we are all in some sense affected by Ebola. We look at how football can help, and at FIFA’s efforts to stop the virus spreading.

Presidential Note
“It would be more than deserved if Australia were to stage the World Cup at some point,” the FIFA President says in his column as the Asian Cup nears its conclusion.

The irreplaceable coach
If the Guinness Book of Records is to be believed, no-one in the world has introduced more kids to organised football than 75-year-old Traute Wohlers from Hamburg – and she has no intention of hanging up her boots.
James Rodriguez
In an interview with The FIFA Weekly, the 23-year-old Colombian says: “I’m happy in Madrid. It couldn’t be better.”

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