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World Soccer

March 2019

Your life made easier - every day. The unrivalled authority on the game of soccer around the world, World Soccer calls upon journalists from the globe's great soccer capitals. The best writers, analytical features and the ability to deliver the inside-track on domestic and world football have made World Soccer an institution. With stunning images and a website delivering up-to-the-minute global results and authoritative insights into the players, politics and power-struggles, the brand constantly looks behind the score-lines. Its insightful writing reaches to the heart of the triumphs, scandals and controversies that constantly emerge in the greatest international sport of them all.

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in pictures

HOLLAND…AZ keeper Marco Bizot during an Eredivisie gameITALY…Roma midfielder Nicolo Zaniolo gets squashed between two Porto defendersGERMANY…St Pauli’s Johannes Flum gets to grips with Sebastian Andersson of Union BerlinENGLAND…Matt Doherty of Wolverhampton Wanderers collides with West Ham United keeper Lukasz FabianskiUAE…people gather on a hill to watch Australia and Uzbekistan in the Asian CupTHAILAND… Buriram United’s Suphanat Mueanta is stopped in his tracks against Chiangrai United ■…

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from the editor

Power…Aleksander Ceferin (left) and Gianni InfantinoAt the start of this season, few people would have predicted that six months later two of the most talked about footballers in the world would be Emiliano Sala (page 30) and Hakeem Al Araibi (page 34). Sadly, events of the past month have ensured that they have made headlines for all the wrong reasons.Sala’s time in French football was largely undistinguished, bar his recent achievements at Nantes. Sadly, his career will be remembered for a fateful plane journey that has raised all sorts of questions about modern football clubs and the way they conduct their business.The case of Al Araibi has again exposed the complex world of Middle East politics with which football often entangles itself. Events off the pitch at the recent Asian…

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heroes & villains

On fire…Racing Club striker Lisandro LopezLISANDRO LOPEZThe Racing Club striker managed to score 10 goals in 10 games to lead the scoring charts In Argentina’s Superliga.CRAIG FOSTERThe former Australia international turned media pundit played an instrumental role in the campaign to prevent Hakeem Al Araibi being extradited to Bahrain from Thailand.EDINSON CAVANI & KYLIAN MBAPPEThe duo became the first team-mates for 40 years to score Ligue 1 hat-tricks in the same game as they helped Paris Saint-Germain to a 9-0 victory over Guingamp.Saved…Jasper CillessenJASPER CILLESSENThe Barcelona goalkeeper, who was famously substituted by Dutch coach Louis Van Gaal prior to the start of Holland’s 2014 World Cup penalty shoot-out win over Costa Rica, saved the first spot-kick of his club career when he denied Ever Banega in a Spanish Cup victory…

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on the rader

Joao FELIX(Benfica)The 19-year-old attacking midfielder has been a revelation in recent weeks. He was the subject of a €60million offer from an unnamed Premier League side in January, a move that prompted Benfica to raise his release clause to €120m.Having made his debut for the club in August, his big opportunity came in January when they parted company with coach Rui Vitoria. His successor, Bruno Lage, had coached Felix in the club’s B side and the youngster, who can play as a winger or striker, quickly became a key part of his 4-4-2 system, alongside Swiss centre-forward Haris Seferovic.A cooly-taken goal against Sporting in the Lisbon derby was watched by Cristiano Ronaldo, prompting inevitable comparisons, but Felix already has better stats than the Juventus star at the same stage, having…

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keir radnedge

Breaking news… German magazine Der SpiegelWhistle-blowers are playing a dangerous gameIt takes courage to be a whistle-blower. The convention is that the individual is an insider outraged by the corrupt, illicit, illegal and/or immoral behaviour of bosses or colleagues; the righteous putting integrity ahead of job security and friendships.But, sometimes, all may not be quite as it seems…This is the conundrum concerning “John”, now revealed as Rui Pedro Goncalves Pinto, whose “Football Leaks” exploits have brought sleepless nights to football’s high and mighty.Pinto is 30, Portuguese and lives in the Hungarian capital of Budapest, which provides him with a lifestyle he believes his own country trashed long ago. Or, at least, this is where he lives right now, under house arrest with an electronic tag on one ankle.Portugal has launched…

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gordon banks (1937-2019)

England’s ever-dwindling band of 1966 World Cup-winners has been reduced to seven with the death, at the age of 81, of Gordon Banks, probably his country’s greatest goalkeeper.The remarkable facet of the Banks legend is that even more than 1966 he is remembered for his astonishing save from Pele in a group game in the finals in Mexico four years later.One of the flood of tributes to Banks, from his agent Terry Banks, summed him up perfectly as “having worn his fame lightly”. Banks revealed in 2015 that he was fighting kidney cancer for a second time, having lost a kidney to the disease 10 years earlier.He had also been a high-profile and active supporter of a campaign for research into dementia.He is survived by his wife, Ursula, whom he…

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