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Mundial, Issue 28: The Three Rs

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Mundial is the number one multi-platform choice for the intelligent football fan.

Exploring the intersection between sport and culture, our work is sharp, funny, stylish, irreverent, and nostalgic — it speaks directly to its audience because it knows who they are and what they want. Rooted in authentic fan culture, it knows who they support, what they wear, where they drink, and where they want to go next. Mundial celebrates their heroes, teaches them about wider issues, makes them laugh (and occasionally cry). It takes them around the world and ends up on their doorstep. It’s created for them, by them. It reminds them why they love football.

In this issue:

The Three Rs only played together 16 times, but when they did, they formed THE most joyous attacking trident in football history, and we’ve gone down a rabbit hole to find all the forgotten stories of the joy of the Three Rs including a night they absolutely leathered one of the great Argentina teams.

We’ve also have asked some of our best writers to tell us about the attacks that bought them the most joy. Elsewhere in the issue, you’ll find…

– Benching with ballers – a forensic study of the gym personas of the great and good of football

– Black Eagles Fly – a brilliant long read about Besiktas, fan culture, and family

– Searching for Jay Jay – so nice they named him twice, a deep dive into the ultimate cult hero told by the fans who knew him best

– Seoul Patrol – a first hand guide to South Korean football culture (and food, lots of food)


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