Pulitzer winner. Lefty hero. Plagiarist.
A philosopher's theory of soccer fandom
How Twin Peaks out-hootered Hooters
Bracing for a roller-coaster weekend in Bogotá
A World Cup debutante savors its arrival on the big stage
U.S. players deserve a lot more credit
The Lions' secret advantage: the spirit of the oldest player to ever score in a World Cup
Like it or not, possession still wins matches
The perpetual wisdom of 'The Deer Park'
They did it in stadium known as Wankdorf (some things a nine-year-old doesn't forget)
No team has ever acted so entitled to World Cup glory.
Illustrations by Simon Prades
A sticky solution.
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