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Issue #62/63 - 23 DEC 2014

Magic moments 2014
An extraordinary year in football is drawing to a close. The crowning glory was the World Cup in Brazil, a fantastic tournament that succeeded in the face of great scepticism. We look back on four magic moments in 2014.

Sepp Blatter
The FIFA President recalls the Christmas Truce of 1914, when soldiers in the First World War laid down their guns and emerged form the trenches to play football.

Au revoir, Thierry!
It all began in 1995 when Thierry Henry, a young hopeful from the Paris suburbs, scored his maiden goal as a professional. We pay tribute to a truly illustrious career. 

Korea Republic
JBFC have won the Korean championship for the third time with a blend of athletic football and tactical discipline. We analyse the reasons behind the success.

Manchester City 
It’s been a labour of love lasting decades: Rose serves up nice refreshing cups of tea to the press photographers at Manchester City’s home ground.

Books about football
From Louis van Gaal to Pep Guardiola, our writers review six football-themed books published in 2014.

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