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Issue #12/2015 - 27 MAR 2015

FC Midtjylland
FC Midtjylland currently hold an 11-point advantage at the top of the Danish championship. This small club is currently breaking new ground with the help of a sophisticated scouting system in which human factors play as important a role as statistics and mathematics. Stephen Sullivan examines their formula for success.

Sepp Blatter
The FIFA President addressed the UEFA Congress in Vienna, where his call for solidarity and unity was reaffirmed by UEFA President Michel Platini.

In the middle of the North Atlantic, national coach Andrew Bascome and his team are planning to cause a stir.

Alessandro Del Piero
The 40-year-old Italian discusses his future in an interview with The FIFA Weekly.

Twelve teams from four countries are battling it out for the S-League title.

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