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Issue #57 - 21 NOV 2014

A passionate affair
Although the Turkish national team rarely qualifies for major tournaments, they have often performed much better than expected at the five World Cups and European Championships in which they have appeared. What is the reason behind these highs and lows? Reporter Alan Schweingruber spoke with coach Fatih Terim in Istanbul and visited a small football school on the banks of the Bosphorus. 


Cook Islands
Excitement is building in the Round Cup, with Tupapa and defending champions Puaikura level on points at the top of the table with one match to go. 


Ebola
Stars including Gareth Bale are raising awareness as part of the “11 Against Ebola” campaign. 

Religion
Minister Josef Hochstrasser, Ottmar Hitzfeld’s biographer, discusses football, tolerance and justice.


Dante
The Bayern star on a historic defeat and his future with A Seleção.


Jay-Jay Okocha
His tricks out on the pitch are the stuff of legend, but what happened when the Nigerian took to the microphone?


Gigi Riva
The former Italian international played exclusively for Cagliari Calcio throughout his career. “I fell in love with Sardinia,” explains the now 70-year-old.

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