Welcome to the latest World Soccer newsletter. This month we bring you the second part of our exclusive interview with Cristiano Ronaldo, in which the Manchester United winger discusses last summer’s transfer saga. Also, Chelsea schemer, Deco, explains why he is enjoying life in London, while new West Ham manager Gianfranco Zola outlines his footballing philosophy. Regular columnist Brian Glanville tries to make sense of Roy Keane’s sudden departure from Sunderland, while World Soccer editor, Gavin Hamilton looks at the Club World Cup taking place in Japan.

The new issue of World Soccer carries an interview with Chelsea manager Luiz Felipe Scolari in which the Brazilian shares his initial impressions of life in England. Elsewhere, you can find out the results of our annual awards, plus an eight-page review of the year.

The latest issue also examines the match-fixing allegations in Spain, the Premier league’s financial problems and looks at Diego Maradona’s first month in charge of Argentina.

This month’s Soccer City is a special edition from Japan, while Brian Glanville looks back on the 1950 World Cup finals. As always, our Talent Scout section features some of the brightest talents in the game today.

Remember, you can discuss all the latest developments in the game, give your opinion on anything in World Soccer and keep up to date with all the latest news at www.worldsoccer.com