Los Alamos | With nuclear arsenal squared away, researchers turn to soccer
Impalas’ revenge? | A dream fixture for postcolonialists
Tsunami relief | One year later, football remembers Sumatrans
Xmas truce | Hitler, for one, objects to football on front lines
Scotland | Remembering chillier times with fewer caps
Peace murals | Out with ‘burly guys,’ in with Georgie
Youth soccer | What if bin Laden had tried jihad on the pitch?
Management | Secret to victory does not lie in the cards
West Bank | Koreans assist in development of first pitch
Fanzines | I’ll tell you who we play tomorrow … for a fiver
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Karl Pilkington remembers the windy day he scored a goal whilst running from a bee.
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