7. August 2013

The Football Pink Magazine, Issue 1

Seit heute ist die erste Ausgabe von "The Football Pink Magazine" als Download bei Amazon erhältlich. Wer sich nicht davon abschrecken lässt, dass ich zu den Autoren zähle und auch die beiden Fotostrecken aus meiner Kamera stammen, kann das Magazin zum Preis von 0,99 GBP im Kindle-Shop runterladen. Und noch ein Bonbon für alle Kickers-Fans: Das Titelfoto entstand im vergangenen Jahr auf dem Bieberer Berg.

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Product Description
The Football Pink magazine is a new quarterly collection of engrossing stories, opinions and musings from around the world of football. Written by a fine group of contributors, The Football Pink delves into the colourful history and personal experiences of 'The Beautiful Game', giving the reader the opportunity to immerse themselves in every fascinating article. If you like your football to come from a different perspective, then this is the magazine for you. Enjoy!

Introduction – Mark Godfrey
Winning is overrated – Ally Moncrieff
John Beck: Evil, genius or evil genius? – Pete Spencer
Games of our lives: England vs. West Germany. July 4th 1990, Turin – Mark Godfrey
Who would be a referee? – Stuart Howard-Cofield
The SPFL: A change in name only? – Jonathon Moar
Together and alone: Camus’ football philosophy – Alex Stewart
The View: Estádio do Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro – Markus Horn
When football came home: England and Euro ’96 – Jamie Allen
Remembering the fallen Chipolopolo – Mark Godfrey
Dave and I, fighting our demons – Trevor Keane
From Budapest to São Paulo: How Bela Guttman influenced Brazil’s golden generation – Chris Smith
Goalkeeping: the art that never stands still – Pete Spencer
From rags to riches: does simplicity serve as football’s helping hand – Alex Leonard
The Football League’s Centenary celebrations – Mark Godfrey
The View: Estadio San Mamés, Bilbao – Markus Horn
The history of Irish centre-backs, Part 1: 1986-1994 – Brian Strahan
Hopes and fears in the cradle of German football – Markus Horn
One night in Prescot: the non-league experience – Mark Godfrey
Peter Barnes: Winging it – Pete Spencer
Where there’s England, there’s mediocrity – Billy Taylor
Goodbye Lawrenson, the times they are a-changing - Dominic Smith

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