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The Blizzard: The Football Quarterly #47

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Published in December 2022, Issue Forty Seven and its five sections contain 17 articles including a World Cup section, Martin O’Neill on George Best, stories from across the globe and much more.

THE COLLECTORS

Gallery of Talent – Nicola Ferrero
Lollo De Silvestri, Fabio Capello and Italian football’s love of modern art

From across the Sea – Simon Pierotti
Palermo’s turbulent road to being owned by City Football Group

WORLD CUP

The Falcon  – Mohamed El Gharbawy
The Qatari magazine that transformed sports publishing in the Middle-East

The Making of the World Cup – Paolo Vezzoli
The actuakl World Cup rarely leaves Fifa’s hands. This is the story of the replicas.

Enter the Dragons – Ewan Flynn
Wales’ qualification for the 1958 World Cup was unconventional, but the ramifications profound

The Salesman – Samindra Kunti
Dada Marahvilha and the dismissal of Joao Saldanha before the 1970 World Cup

Thirty Years of Shirt – Andy Wells
The chaos of Admiral’s attempts to supply lightweight kit at the 1982 World Cup

OUT OF THE ORDINARY

When Three Giants Fell  – Scott Oliver
The bizarre season when a trio of Spanish grandees were all relegated

Alchemy – Christopher Hull
All managerial careers must start somewhere, and Brian Clough’s began at Hartlepools

The Disrupters – Joseph Phelan
Union Saint-Gilloise, the Belgian outsiders challenging both the elite and preconceptions

Exile – Shaul Adar
Mu’nas Dabbur and the complicated position of Israeli Arabs in international football

Match of the Century – Matt Clough
On a foggy afternoon in November 1953, Hungary shattered the myth of English superiority

MEMORIES

Six Appeal – Chris Lepowski
Chris Whyte on Arsenal, Leeds and his years playing indoor football in the United States

Meeting George Best – Martin O’Neill
The former Leicester and Celtic Manager remembers his first international call-up

The Reid Carpet – Paul Brown
An appreciation of a midfielder who embodied Everton and the eighties

THEORY

Natural Born Killers  – Ben Welch
Can you teach goalscoring, and what does the changing role of forwards say about the art?

The Analyst – Sean Cole
Max Bergmann on his journey from clipping videos to 3. Liga coach.

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17 x 24 cm
Paperback
194 pages
December 2022
English
9781909811546