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Issue #03/2015 - 23 JAN 2015

The promise
While the bond between siblings can be a big motivator, particularly in sport, it can also enable them to overcome life’s most challenging situations. Franco Nicolussi went to AS Roma to meet the Nainggolan twins from Belgium and discover their story of solidarity and chance in football.

Presidential note
The “11 against Ebola” campaign has already proved effective, “but I can promise that FIFA will under no circumstances scale back its efforts,” says Sepp Blatter in his weekly column.

Africa Cup of Nations
Ghana’s 2014 World Cup campaign was most notable for the headlines they made off the pitch. New coach Avram Grant has now been charged with making the Black Stars successful again – preferably in the next few days at the African Cup of Nations. 

Leaving a legacy
The World Cup is a mega-event with immense influence on society and the environment. As such, running it in an increasingly sustainable way is a key priority for FIFA. Although the tournament itself lasts a little more than a month, its positive effects must reverberate for much longer.

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