The Blizzard - The Football Quarterly

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The Blizzard is a quarterly publication put together by a cooperative of journalists and authors, its main aim to provide a platform for top- EPUBclass writers from across the globe to enjoy the space and the freedom to write what they like about the football stories that matter to them. The Blizzard - The Football Quarterly EPUB EBook

Issue One contains 22 articles in 11 sections:
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Fortunes of War
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* Stars of David, by James Montague—The astonishing story of Israel's first national team
* The Collaborator, by Philippe Auclair—The treacherous life and traitor's death of Alexandre Villaplane, France's first World Cup captain
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Interview
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* Dennis Bergkamp — David Winner talks to Dennis Bergkamp about his greatest goals, the nature of genius and the importance of predicting the future
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Leeds
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* Revie-Nixon, by Dominic Sandbrook—How ignominious exits overshadow the successes of a US president and a Leeds United manager
* Mind of Peace, by Anthony Clavane—David Peace discusses the inspiration behind "The Damned Utd" and why he won't apologise to John Giles
* 44 Days, Later, by Lawrence Donegan—Why Jock Stein lasted no longer than Brian Clough at Elland Road
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Theory
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* The First Bilardista, by Jonathan Wilson—How Victorio Spinetto pioneered pragmatism in Argentinian football
* The Brain in Spain, by Sid Lowe—Juanma Lillo, mentor to Pep Guardiola, explains his thinking on clubs, coaching and why society is sick
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Grass Roots
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* Duels on the Nile, by Paul Myers—A report from Sudan on the second championship for Africans playing their football at home
* An Exile at Home, by Scott Anthony—Vasilis Hatzipanagis, Greece's greatest player, explains why he never played a competitive game for his country
* Port in a Storm, by Ben Lyttleton—The extraordinary success of the academy at Le Harve
* Marsh Attacks, by Simon Hooper—How a Sunday League team gives London's Romanians a sense of identity
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Denmark '92
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* Once Upon a Time..., by Dave Farrar—The fairy story of Denmark's 1992 European Championship campaign
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Origins
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* The Sum of their Parts, by Gunnar Persson—The rise and fall of Motala and its football team
* When the Kites weren't Black, by Dileep Premachandran—The lost legacy of Indian football
* Man and Boy, by David Ashton—Fathers, sons and the grumbling terraces of industrial Scotland
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Polemics
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* The Pillars of the Earth, by Simon Kuper—Could it be that the Premier League boom has only just begun?
* What's the Point of Football Writing?, by Tim Vickery—There's more to it than getting up late, isn't there? Isn't there?
* World's Apart, by Kieron O'Connor—Fifa and the financial legacy of the South African World Cup
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Football Manager
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* The Ballad of Bobby Manager: My Autobiography, by Iain Macintosh—When somebody takes their game of Football Manager just a little too seriously...
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Greatest Games
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* Manchester United 2 Real Madrid 3, by Rob Smyth—European Cup quarter-final second-leg, Old Trafford, Like this book? Read online this: Cristiano Ronaldo (Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid, Football, Soccer, Sports Biography, Lionel Messi, David Beckham), The Blizzard.

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