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Eight by Eight is an award-winning, boldly designed large-format magazine born and raised in New York City. We focus on the game’s best teams, coaches, and players, and their stories, from the bubbling potential of America’s burgeoning programs to the storied traditions of Europe’s greatest clubs. It is our ambition to tell these stories through excellent journalism; aggressive, modern design; and the best illustration and photography. Our readers are smart and inquisitive, seeking a better understanding of the game’s unseen narratives and delighting in its complexities. We believe that the same drama that captivates imaginations from the pitch should flow through our pages. So, what’s with our name? The goalposts are silent witnesses to the most dramatic moments in the game. They stand 8 feet high by 8 yards long—Eight by Eight. Eight by Eight is the magazine the beautiful game deserves.
Our 12th Issue features an exclusive interview and photo shoot with Gianluigi Buffon who graces cover and many other notable stories including: • The Journey Is Everything: Winning matters, but the Juventus goalkeeper sees beauty only in the trying. By Paolo Bandini & Roger Neve • The Douchebag Chronicles: How one man found eternal joy in hating John Terry. By David Hirshey & Nathan Fox • Coaching USA: Better coaches produce better players. But what’s the best way to produce better coaches? By Andrew Helms & Diego Patino • Isco Inferno: Given the freedom to roam by coach Zinedine Zidane, Real Madrid’s brilliant new superstar is on fire. By James Horncastle & Nigel Buchanan • Defending by the Numbers: The emergence of defenders with athleticism and technical ability changed the nature of the Premier League. By Jonathan Wilson • The Gambler: AS Monaco manager Leonardo Jardim has an uncanny knack for turning young players into superstars and then collecting his winnings in the transfer market. By Antonis Oikonomidis & Ben Kirchner • The Incredible Shrinking Manager: Being David Moyes is a thankless task. By Eoin O’callaghan & Laura Breiling