In the 10th issue, we look at the game’s most iconic number 10, Diego Armando Maradona. From the Hand of God to international drama at USA 94, Maradona is perhaps the most colourful, exciting, and controversial figure ever to play the beautiful game at the highest level. We visit Naples to get under the skin of the city that adopted Diego, as he guided Napoli to their first ever scudetto in 1987. We talk to those who adored him, those who regarded him as their nemesis, and those he left in his wake. We also bang on about his forgotten goals and those lovely kits he wore.
Elsewhere in the issue we visit the choirmasters of the terraces—San Lorenzo, investigate the street footballers of Havana, go on a pilgrimage to Diadora’s Italian headquarters to swoon over Roberto Baggio’s boots, and kit out YouTube sensations Copa90 in Gosha Rubchinskiy x adidas Football to discuss the future of football broadcasting. There’s also the things we’d never get rid of, like the usual non-league miscellany, weird keeper kits, and new boots—along with the usual impenetrable in-jokes.