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Incredibly, it’s a quarter of a century since the iconic World Cup of 1990; Milla’s infectious wiggle, Schillaci’s bulging eyes, Rijkaard’s projectile sputum and, of course, Gazza’s river of tears.

To mark the 25th anniversary of Italia ’90, The Football Pink Issue 8 goes back to that heady summer to recall some of the stories and characters that, for so many people, defined what major tournaments are all about – drama, controversy, triumph and heartbreak. To purchase, click the payment button below on the geographical area that relates to you

To buy, visit our shop here: http://thefootballpink.bigcartel.com/

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Print copies still be available at:

Foyles Bookstore at 107 Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0DT

The Back Page, 56 St. Andrews Street, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, NE1 5SF http://www.tbpsportsmemorabilia.co.uk/

and in the club shop at CD Torrevieja

If you prefer all things modern then go to EXACT EDITIONS where you’ll be able to purchase a digital copy for your PC, laptop or mobile device. Yearly subscriptions with great reduced rates are also available by clicking HERE

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Android owners can also access the magazine with the ‘Exactly’ Android app. CLICK HERE to download.

We are also available for Kindle via Exact Editions HERE and Amazon HERE

Here’s what you can expect to find inside:

* Illustrated profiles of the tournament’s top four stars – Roger Milla, Salvatore Schillaci, Lothar Matthaus and, of course, Paul Gascoigne

* The conception, success and lasting impact of Nessun Dorma and World in Motion

* Construction and corruption – Italy’s preparations for the tournament

* The media vilification of Bobby Robson

* The dashed hopes of Yugoslavia’s golden generation

* Steve Bull – the Black Country’s unlikely lad

* Costa Rica’s unexpected superheroes

* The cultural change in the summer of 1990 and a comprehensive summary of events; football and otherwise

* The Italian north/south divide that Maradona tried to ignite

* Scotland trip themselves up. Again.

* The view from Venezuela – enthusiastic neutrals celebrate football’s greatest festival

* Following Ireland from a bar on Tyneside and an unknown pioneer for their black players

* Son of the Wind – Argentina’s long-haired party boy

You can also pick up copies of previous issues HERE

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