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Rabona Magazine Issue Two is available now and about the World Cup. Inside there are interviews with David Silva and Juan Mata (both Spain), Salomon Kalou (Ivory Coast) and Ross Barkley (England). Features on Mesut Özil, Switzerland’s identity crisis and Alejandro Sabella.

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Rabona Magazine Issue Two is available now on loremnotipsum.com and about the World Cup. Inside there are interviews with David Silva and Juan Mata (both Spain), Salomon Kalou (Ivory Coast) and Ross Barkley (England). Features on Mesut Özil, Switzerland’s identity crisis and Alejandro Sabella. Texts by Rory Smith, Miguel Delaney, Andy Brassell, James Montague, Joel Richards and Michael Da Silva. Imagery by Ryu Voelkel, Kate Copeland and Phil Sharp.

Rabona Magazine is a brand new football magazine published bi-annually. The whole magazine is beautifully designed by Russian studio QUSQUS and printed by the excellent Logical Connections in England. The “rabona” is a method of kicking the football, whereby the kicking leg is wrapped around the back of the standing leg – effectively with one’s leg crossed. The first Rabona was performed by Ricardo Infante in a game between Argentine teams Estudiantes de la Plata and Rosario Central in 1948. Rabona Magazine is a celebration of great football journalism, iconic photography and a slow appreciation of everything that makes the game beautiful. Based in London, England, we are not only lovers of the extravagant cross-legged kick from which we take our name, but also great design and a sharp eye for detail. We aim to bring you the best interviews and most insightful features via our flagship bi-annual magazine, quarterly newspaper and sparkling new website.

Details: Rabona Magazine – Issue Two (The World Cup Issue)

148 pages, 265 x 200 mm

Article No. bfrabonamag0002 Published by Rabona Magazine Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tag Reading situation Coffee Shop · Home Weight 400 g Dimensions 30 × 23 × 2 cm

Rabona Magazine Issue Two is available now on loremnotipsum.com and about the World Cup. Inside there are interviews with David Silva and Juan Mata (both Spain), Salomon Kalou (Ivory Coast) and Ross Barkley (England). Features on Mesut Özil, Switzerland’s identity crisis and Alejandro Sabella. Texts by Rory Smith, Miguel Delaney, Andy Brassell, James Montague, Joel Richards and Michael Da Silva. Imagery by Ryu Voelkel, Kate Copeland and Phil Sharp.

Rabona Magazine is a brand new football magazine published bi-annually. The whole magazine is beautifully designed by Russian studio QUSQUS and printed by the excellent Logical Connections in England. The “rabona” is a method of kicking the football, whereby the kicking leg is wrapped around the back of the standing leg – effectively with one’s leg crossed. The first Rabona was performed by Ricardo Infante in a game between Argentine teams Estudiantes de la Plata and Rosario Central in 1948. Rabona Magazine is a celebration of great football journalism, iconic photography and a slow appreciation of everything that makes the game beautiful. Based in London, England, we are not only lovers of the extravagant cross-legged kick from which we take our name, but also great design and a sharp eye for detail. We aim to bring you the best interviews and most insightful features via our flagship bi-annual magazine, quarterly newspaper and sparkling new website.

Details: Rabona Magazine – Issue Two (The World Cup Issue)

148 pages, 265 x 200 mm

Article No. bfrabonamag0002 Published by Rabona Magazine Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tag Reading situation Coffee Shop · Home Weight 400 g Dimensions 30 × 23 × 2 cm
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