World Soccer Magazine - October 2023
World Soccer Magazine - October 2023
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In this issue
Reviving Honved, preserving Kispest.
Spotlight on Spain’s silky World Cup winner..
MAKING OF A SUPERSTAR
From humble beginnings to playing for the best club side on the planet, Josko Gvardiol was always destined for the top
And then there were four
Brazilian clubs continue to dominate the Copa Libertadores, with three out of four teams making the 2023 tournament's semi-finals
"I love playing here and I've found a home"
After coming through the academy at Watford, Jonathan Bond arrived at LA Galaxy in January 2021 via Reading, West Brom and seven loan spells. A former England Under-21 international, the 30-year-old goalkeeper is now enjoying life in Major League Soccer
MADE FOR MUNICH
Harry Kane has wasted no time in settling in at his new German home
Football at the end of the world
FLOATING ON AIR
After adding the World Cup to her vast collection of silverware, Barcelona and Spain midfielder Aitana Bonmati is untouchable
"I will be thankful to Hungary until the end of my life"
Hungary's Italian coach discusses his adopted home, rejection in his birth country, and a possible future in England
Infantino brought back down to earth
Luis Rubiales affair calls time on the best half-year of the FIFA boss' presidency
Reviving Honved, preserving Kispest
The Spanish magician returns to his hometown club to finally fulfil a lifetime ambition
AFCON 2023 finalists confirmed
The final nine slots for January's tournament in the Ivory Coast have been filled amid earthquake tragedy
'NO SUCH THING AS A FRIENDLY'
A landmark victory, a record-breaking teenager, and controversial substitutes - World Soccer turns the clock back 20 years to an infamous friendly between England and Australia
The first-ever team from the Faroe Islands to compete in the group stage of a European competition
The Israel international becomes the first Jewish Israeli player to join an Arab club
HONED FOR COACHING
After playing under some of the finest managers of the last 20 years, Xabi Alonso is equipped to succeed as a coach
In 1999, Carla Overbeck captained the United States to their second World Cup triumph after a penalty-shootout victory over China in front of 90,185 supporters - the biggest-ever crowd to attend a Women's World Cup match.
The inevitability of change
European football's continuing evolution is as inevitable as it is necessary
30 eye-catching transfers
Jamie Evans identifies the summer's most interesting transfer movements
Plenty to play for in 2023-24 Nations League
The re-formatted, third edition of the competition also offers the chance to qualify for next summer's Copa America
'THE WAR WILL NEVER STOP US'
How Ukraine's women footballers are fighting on
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE 2023-24 PREVIEW
Turn over now for Nick Bidwell's comprehensive team guide
Glenn Moore reports on another groundbreaking women's tournament, as Spain overcome England to lift their first major international trophy
BUFFON BOWS OUT
The iconic Italy goalkeeper finally hangs up his gloves after an extraordinary career
Ten Hag's United project enters phase two
The Dutch coach has no excuses in his second season at Old Trafford
All change in CAF World Cup qualifying
A new format will determine Africa's representatives at the 2026 World Cup in North America
World Cup 2026 qualifying begins
Extra places throws qualifying wide open, but next summer's Copa America will disrupt things
City chasing history
Pep Guardiola's team can achieve unprecedented success with another title but face stiff competition throughout the league
How the former owner of Milan changed the face of Italian football forever
The flurry of new signings is just the beginning for the Saudi league
Copa Libertadores round-up
No end in sight for Brazilian dominance of South America’s premier club competition as group stage concludes
World Soccer Magazine Description:
Publisher: Kelsey Media
World Soccer Magazine is an English-language football magazine, published by Kelsey Media. The magazine was established in 1960 and is the oldest continually published football magazine in the United Kingdom. It specialises in the international football scene. Its regular contributing writers include Brian Glanville, Keir Radnedge, Sid Lowe and Tim Vickery.
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