Howler #14 | Winter/Spring 2018

  • Howler #14 | Winter/Spring 2018

Howler #14 | Winter/Spring 2018


For the first time in 28 years, the US men will not be competing in the World Cup. It is arguably the biggest failure in the history of international soccer.

From the quality of our player pool and youth development pipeline to the failures of tactics, planning, business, and culture that brought us so low, we examine it all and attempt to figure out where we can go from here.

Also in the issue:

Justice is Blind: Our deep dive into refereeing. Why would anyone want such a thankless job?

I Am Not Sorry for Scoring with My Hand by Diego Armando Maradona


Plus: A piece by the translators of Maradona’s new book on what it’s like to interpret the singular mind of one of the world’s greatest players.

London Red and Blue: Crystal Dunn and Heather O’Reilly at Arsenal and Chelsea

Weston McKennie: (Almost) everything is going right for Schalke’s 19-year-old American midfielder

Sócrates and the Birth of Corinthians Democracy

Inside the struggle for control of the Seattle Sounders that led to Sigi Schmid’s firing and the club’s first MLS Cup trophy

The Magic Show: Scenes from the FA Cup 

(And a lot more)

112 pages. 9x12 inches. Printed in Missouri. Price includes shipping.