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ISSUE 23, 28 MARCH 2014
ENGLISH EDITION
Fédération Internationale de Football Association – Since 1904
PANINI
COLLECTORS’
DELIGHT
PHILIPP LAHM
BACK-TO-BACK
TREBLE IS ON
SEPP BLATTER
FOOTBALL, A SCHOOL
OF LIFE
Japan
SAMURAI BLUE
W W W.FIFA.COM/ THEWEEKLY
CONTENTS
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Shinji Okazaki: “Japan are strong contenders”
Japan have featured at every World Cup since the 1998 tournament
in France and are travelling to Brazil with lofty ambitions. The
current squad is packed with stars from some of the world’s biggest
leagues, renowned for their skills and attacking intent. Shinji
Okazaki is one such player, based at Bundesliga club Mainz 05, and
says: “The European leagues have given Japan a boost.”

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Bayern Munich: Philipp Lahm exclusive
Bayern’s victory over Hertha Berlin sealed the Bundesliga title
earlier than ever before. Club captain Philipp Lahm reflects on the
championship-winning moment and looks ahead to his side’s crucial
upcoming encounters.
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An El Clasico for the history books
Seven goals, three penalties, seven yellow cards, a dismissal and
chances here, there and everywhere. The 227th El Clasico between
Real Madrid and Barcelona was a captivating event that breathed
new life into the Spanish championship race.
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“Helping Greece out of its crisis”
Fernando Santos, head coach of the Greek national team reveals
the challenges he faces in the economically-devastated country and
explains why he believes Brazil will win the World Cup.
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S epp Blatter: Football is a school of life
Social skills, togetherness and integration: team sports expose
children to experiences that are important in later life. FIFA President
Sepp Blatter gives his views on football as a school of life.
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North and
Central America
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Freddie Ljungberg
The Swede finds
inspiration in Japan
Where the collector is the star
80 pages, 600 stickers and one goal: to fill the album. Trading card
collecting fever is underway once more, and The FIFA Weekly takes
a look at the Panini phenomenon.
 op 11: National teams’ nicknames
T
The Pirates, The Copper Bullets, The Fury: National sides the world
over have curious monikers; Cameroon’s has its roots in a presidential
decree.
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W illie: the first mascot
A cuddly toy as a marketing tool: thanks to World Cup Willie, the
English FA sparked a merchandising revolution ahead of the 1966
finals. The tournament’s maiden mascot also served as a lucky
charm for the organisers, especially in the final.
37
 Putting smiles back on people’s faces”

Football star and fashion icon Freddie Ljungberg laced his boots
for teams on three different continents but it was his time in Japan
immediately after a natural disaster that truly inspired him.
Jonathan Rodriguez
Aiming for the Uruguayan
championship with Penarol
U-17 Women’s World Cup
15 March to 4 April 2014, Costa Rica
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South America
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T H E F I FA W E E K LY
THIS WEEK IN THE WORLD OF FOOTBALL
Europe
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www.uefa.com
Africa
54 members
www.cafonline.com
Asia
46 members
www.the-afc.com
Oceania
11 members
www.oceaniafootball.com