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Buy Issue 7 and get issue 6 for free.

With added pages Ireland's only football magazine features excellent feature writing, beautiful photography and illustrations from contributors across the globe.

Issue 7 features photography by Dolf Hartog: Netherlands, Mick O’Shea: Ireland, Joakim Hall: Sweden, Grace Stufkosky: USA, Lapiste: France and Matthew Lysaght: Ireland. With illustrations from Brady Ink: Ireland, Jamie Orrell and Instruct Studio: England, Donk Mode: Australia, Emma Conway and Conor Nolan: Ireland
and more.

It’s also packed with features on how underground music has taken inspiration from the game, Serbian coach Velibor ‘Bora’ Milutinović, Glasgow Celtic’s deep links with Ireland’s North-West corner, how Wisła Kraków and Cracovia’s poor relation, Hutnik Krakow rose to the top flight and brushed shoulders with European giants, Brian Kerr, Ireland’s most successful underage manager, one of the world’s most famous artists and the painting that saved a club and much more…

Issue 6 features photography by Willem De Kam (Netherlands), Romain Bourven (France), Giacomo Cosua (Italy) and Erica Voget (Argentina) with illustrations from Classsquatch (Ireland), Kevin Judge (Ireland), Dorothy (UK), Felix Whitlock (Scotland), Keisuke Yamada (Japan), Kamil Kowalczyk (Poland) and more.

It also includes features on Football’s place in the new Dublin suburbs by Donal Fallon (Ireland), a tribute to Michel Hidalgo by Jeremy Smith of French Football Weekly, Macdara Ferris on Shamrock Rovers nomadic years, Croatian club RNK Split’s anarchist roots by Jelena Đureinović (Serbia), Joey Millar (Ireland) on North Korea’s army team April 25, and their shock AFC Cup run. and more…