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Our 10th Issue features 116 bold and beautiful pages about football’s most revered and celebrated competition. Highlights include: • Z: Part poet, part tyrant, Zidane has always made power look beautiful. BY Corley Miller & Philippe Echaroux • The Bear of Highbury: Dainton Connell was Arsenal’s most notorious hooligan in the 1970s and a Pet Shop Boys roadie in the 1980s. His violent death in Moscow in 2007 has only added to the mystique that still surrounds him. By Jon Spurling & Diego Patino • Abandon All Hope: The cowardly and hypocritical U.S. Soccer Federation might as well have taken Hope Solo out back and shot her in the head. By John Doyle & Joe Pugliese • Out of the Shadows: Some players have reputations that far exceed their achievements. Sami Khedira is just the opposite. By James Horncastle & Thomas Rabsch • Survival of the Fattest: The greed of the top teams is killing the Champions League. It’s times like this when the world looks for a super league. By Jonathan Wilson & Emmanuel Polanco • We Are the Champions: In the turmoil of 1970s and ’80s England, the working-class escape was clear: Be a footballer or form a band. By Paul Doyle & Ben Kirhcner • Mission Impossible: Jürgen Klinsmann’s grand plan—to bring European savvy to the U.S. Men’s National Team—exceeded his ability to execute it. By Andrew Helms & David Zentz • The 2 Robbies: NBC Sports dynamic duo discuss Chelsea’s miraculous revival, and how José Mourinho may have it harder than we think. By Robbie Earle & Robbie Mustoe

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