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Issue #61 - 19 DEC 2014

Peace and goodwill in South America
At Christmas, South American football stars such as Lionel Messi, Neymar and Diego Forlan return to their homelands. Sven Goldmann sampled the special atmosphere on the continent over the festive period.

Sepp Blatter
In his weekly column, FIFA President Blatter congratulates the Royal Dutch Football Association on its 125th anniversary and reflects upon the defining moments in the Oranje’s history.

Training Germany’s next generation
Great emphasis is placed on youth development in Germany, and since 2001 it has been compulsory for every Bundesliga club to have an academy. This commitment has paid off handsomely.

Inside the FIFA archives
As football’s world governing body, FIFA has been writing history for the past 110 years. Thousands of publications have been created in this time, and any interested researchers can delve into this historically significant material at FIFA’s documentation centre.

Corinne Diacre won 121 caps for France. Now she is making her mark as Clermont Foot’s coach in Ligue 2.

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