From the publisher:
Staantribune # 32 includes brilliant portraits of Roberto Baggio (cover article) and Faustino Asprilla, both by Frank Heinen. Roberto Baggio, one of the best footballers in the world for whom it was not always easy to find a place on and off the field.
And Asprilla, many people remember him as a half-witted man who got less than half as far as his talent could have taken him. We also. But that is not entirely correct.
Furthermore, Joris van de Wier attended a match of Prague Raptors, an unusual club in the Czech capital, and the match between Matlock Town v Gainsborough Trinity. He also wrote a remarkable story about the Romanian team that participated in the World Cup in 1930 and he dissected the goal of Tony Yeboah in the service of Leeds United.
Also in this edition is an interview with Ad van de Wiel, club icon of the eighty-year-old RKC, written by Julian Droog. Together with photographer Dirk-Jan van Dijk, Julian also visited Almere City, which has been playing professional football for fifteen years now, for a special interview with a supporter and player Thomas Verheydt.
We also visited Iceland and traveled through special football spots in Tilburg. We also delved into the youth football books and portrayed the early years of Pelé, who will soon be eighty as well. And we spoil Cambuur supporters with a beautiful record of the stadium in Leeuwarden.
Note from Stanchion:
This publication is entirely in Dutch, with no English translation available. However, there are more than enough photos and kits to satisfy any non-Dutch speaker!