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A bit of a mixed bag for me this issue.The early articles about Barca / Real Madrid did little for me.However, the articles about the relationship between chess and football seemed to drag. I felt Scott Oliver made a pretty obvious and basic point in the first paragraph suggesting football needs imagination and artistry and is not a chess match. He then seemed to spend pages and pages expounding on this which I found quite difficult to get through, a tad boring and not really going anywhere. I did like the comparison between American Football and football and the oval balls reliance on set plays and how movement etc. is within predefined parameters unlike football (where a centre half can dribble up the pitch if he or she chooses and is capable).The article about the birth of the fan during the Victorian era was fascinating - the grounds have changed and the profile is different but essentially the football experience is the same as 130 years ago - men have a few beers, put a bet on and watch the same game with partisan fervour! As a Preston fan its great to think that my ancestors were going to the same ground as I doing pretty much the same things. Great article.The article on Birminghams decline in football was excellent also. The second city definitely punches under its weight!I enjoyed the article on Mexicos franchise system and it is a startling reminder of how if we dont keep the integrity of football intact - that of clubs being emotionally owned by the fans and the city of their birth just how redundant the sport could be. Reading this article I think I dismissed Mexican club football as being irrelevant on the world stage. Quite a powerful article for me.I enjoyed the Bobby Manager fiction - put a smile on my face.The Greatest Games article was amazing and the best thing in the issue. It focused on England and West Germanys World Cup Semi-final in 1990. What a fantastic article and what memories to relive. I was only a young lad at the time but I remember the media in a frenzy about whether we would play a sweeper. The history books (rightly) romanticise these heroes but I remember England being awful in the group stage and just scraping through the group with a just enough 1-0 win over Egypt. (I remember us all thinking after the draws with Ireland and Holland we would tonk the Egyptians - how wrong we were). In those three games England were poor.I remember the win against Belgium (where David Platt became my top league favourite player) with his last minute of extra time screamer. Everyone thought we would brush Cameroon aside and have an easy route into the semis but this was the Roger Milla World Cup - what an amazing match. It was real edge of the seat stuff - England played well but struggled to cope with Cameroon who played with a real nothing to lose attitude.I never realised until reading this article just how dead on their feet the England team must have been - three consecutive games going to extra time!Much has been written about the Germany game and the discourse about Gazzas tears and THOSE misses by Waddle and Pearce (didnt the nation share his joy in his penalty against Spain six years later - I still love Psycho!). What Rob Smyth captures in this article is all the drama of the game itself. It was a classic match and one where the whole nation was glued to the set. We were so very close at times to winning its untrue. Smyth picks up on a few other factors here - that Waddle should have had a penalty and the sportsmanlike manner the game was played in. What is really great about the article is the author exploring the relationship between Gazza and Robson. Gazzas personality really comes through here - he really was a great big kid and mentally vulnerable. Just yesterday I saw he was in the news for all the wrong reasons - it really is sad. Fantastic article that captures the emotion, spirit and drama of the time.And finally, when reading about famous twins an Icelandic pair are mentioned and I thought who was that Icelandic striker we thought would be good and wasnt and then I realised it was the same Bjarki Gunnlaugsson I was reading about! Back in the day when any foreign international was still a big deal!

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