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Issue #53 - 24 OCT 2014

Romania: Spotlight on youth
Romanian children and young people are being encouraged to get back into football, but this is no easy task for a country whose priorities have shifted over the years. Perikles Monioudis visited the ‘House of Football’ in Bucharest to consider how Romanian football can emerge from this crisis.

Sepp Blatter
Modern goalkeeping made football faster, leading to an important adjustment in 1992. “I can say with a certain amount of pride,” says FIFA President Blatter in his weekly column, “that I provided decisive input to the back-pass rule.”

Manuel Neuer
The World Cup-winning goalkeeper discusses his role as a trendsetter, the match against Algeria and his feelings before kick-off. “Keepers need to have a thorough understanding of the game,” says Neuer in an exclusive interview.

Korea Republic
Lee Dong-gook may never have established himself abroad or at World Cups, but the 35-year-old is a force of nature in Korea’s K League Classic.

Venezuela
New national team coach Noel Sanvicente wants to lead Venezuela to their first World Cup finals, and believes discipline and communication are integral to achieving this objective.

Klas Ingesson
A cancer diagnosis shook his world; now the family man and coach of Swedish club Elfsborg is seeking to make the most of every day.

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