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Issue #52 - 17 OCT 2014

Austria
After suffering a slump that lasted more than a decade, it seems that Marcel Koller’s team now have a good chance of appearing at a major tournament. Andreas Jaros describes the euphoria surrounding Austria’s EURO 2016 qualifying campaign and looks back to the heady days of the 1930s, when the country’s Wunderteam chalked up one victory after another.

Sepp Blatter
FIFA TV recently picked up two international awards. In his weekly column, FIFA President Blatter congratulates the team responsible, saying: “The outstanding TV coverage of the World Cup in Brazil set entirely new standards.”

Racism
South African Tokyo Sexwale, who fought for freedom alongside Nelson Mandela, discusses the sporting world’s first summit against racism and discrimination in this week’s main interview.

Moya Dodd
The Asian Football Confederation president speaks to The FIFA Weekly about her journey through women’s football, gender equality and how Liverpool helped ignite her love for the game.

Italy
Inter Milan are losing sight of title favourites Juventus, with coach Walter Mazzarri coming in for heavy criticism ahead of their match against Napoli. Could it be his last game as Inter boss?

Gunter Netzer
In this issue, our regular columnist deals with the role of a goalkeeper, explaining: “A professional goalkeeper needs to have a special character. That’s one of the basic requirements of being able to survive in the position.”

 

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