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Football and Politics (Part One)

Football and Politics (Part One)

🕔19:37, 17.Dec 2018

By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (December 17th 2018) Politics and football don’t mix. It’s often repeated, but it’s a false mantra. Politics is never far from sport. There was a war over a football match between El Salvador and

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Africa’s First Great Coach (Part One)

Africa’s First Great Coach (Part One)

🕔23:39, 14.Feb 2017

Editor’s Note The following articles were originally published in 2008. With the passing of two giants of African football, Cecil Jones Attuquayefio and Charles Kumi Gyamfi, and the 31st edition of the African Cup of Nations about to start, we

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Competing Visions – Tito and Tuđman

Competing Visions – Tito and Tuđman

🕔15:36, 24.May 2015

(Part Two) – The Third Way Editorʼs Note: We believe that this series of articles are both timely and necessary, as understanding a nation’s culture and philosophy on and off the pitch is necessary for football to achieve its potential.

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An Uneasy Relationship – Archive

An Uneasy Relationship – Archive

🕔10:39, 21.May 2015

Editorʼs Note: Nothing illustrates footballʼs power to foster change than a World Cup. FIFAʼs decision to release doves as part of a commitment to peace is welcome, although the worldʼs most popular sport can do a lot more. But is

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