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  • World Soccer: March 2014 issue

    February 14, 2014

    The March 2014 issue of World Soccer is now on sale. This month's featured player is Robert Lewandowski, the man who has led Borussia Dortmund's line with distinction for a number of years, but who broke their hearts by announcing he would be joining Bayern Munich. The Champions League is back and to mark the return of club football's most prestigious competition, we feature 16 unsung heroes who we believe will make an impact in this season's knockout stages. Our stadium tour looks at the Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium in Athens, while this month's Club Focus features high flying Atletico Madrid. Plus, we have our usual array of international Dispatches and we continue our countdown to this summer's World Cup.

  • World Soccer: February 2014

    January 17, 2014

    The February 2014 issue of World Soccer is now on sale. This month our featured Player is Liverpool striker Luis Suarez. Love him or loathe him, there is no denying Suarez is a formidable forward at the peak of his powers. We delve into his background to find out what makes football's bĂȘte noir tick. We also look at what players earn as the tax arrangements of football's big earners comes under scrutiny. Elsewhere, we pay tribute to Eusebio, one of football's all-time greats, who died earlier this month. Plus, as always, we have our exclusive Dispatches from around the world, with features this month coming from Morocco, France, Brazil, Holland and many other places.

  • World Soccer: January 2014

    December 13, 2013

    The January 2014 issue of World Soccer is now on sale. In this special issue we review the year and publish the results of our Player, Team and Manager of the Year poll. We also preview the forthcoming Club World Cup which pits Franck Ribery's all-conquering Bayern Munich side against the Ronaldinho-inspired Atletico Mineiro. We have our usual array of Dispatches, which this month come from the United States, Germany, Mexico, France and elsewhere. Plus, the usual array of informed opinion from our established group of columnists. Plus, we continue our World Cup countdown by examining the credentials of four more of the qualifiers.