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Issue #54 - 31 OCT 2014

Arctic ambitions
In the Norwegian city of Tromso, 344 kilometres inside the Arctic Circle, the harsh weather conditions are not always an impediment to attractive football. Sven Goldmann reports from the world’s northernmost top-flight club, who once famously defeated Chelsea.

Sepp Blatter: Close to the Russian heart
Four years before the next World Cup, hosts Russia are clearly ambitious to succeed. In his weekly column, the FIFA President says: “I strongly sense that hosting the World Cup is a matter close to the Russian heart.”

Ballon d`Or
In January, FIFA and France Football magazine will once again recognise the very best in world football. How much of an influence will the World Cup have on the vote, and will the giants of women’s football give way to a new winner?

Paul Pogba
“My goal is to be the best player in the world,” the Frenchman says in an interview with The FIFA Weekly. The 21-year-old also discusses his flaws and his relationship with national team coach Didier Deschamps. 

Christian Gimenez
He once played for Boca Juniors alongside Diego Maradona, but the Argentinian had to travel to distant Switzerland to experience the decisive moment in his career.

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