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April 18, 2014 01:23 PM PDT

Carl Bromley, the editor who has brought books by Simon Kuper, Jonathan Wilson, Eduardo Galeano, Sid Lowe, and David Goldblatt to this country, speak with Howler editor George Quraishi about the best and worst soccer books of all time, what will be on Sir Alex Ferguson's syllabus at Harvard Business School, and the East German telephones cluttering his office.

April 04, 2014 02:03 PM PDT

Why do we play ball games? This is the question that John Fox explored in his book, The Ball, and in the forthcoming documentary film, Bounce. I spoke with him for DUMMY about what it is that almost all humans find so alluring about ball games. We also discussed the oldest continually played ball game on the planet and what he learned about soccer in his quest to understand games and the humans who play them.

March 21, 2014 01:13 PM PDT

Welcome to Dummy, a conversation between editors and friends of Howler Magazine. In episode 1, we talk to Sid Lowe, the Guardian's Spanish soccer correspondent and author of a new book about Real Madrid and Barcelona, about the rivalry.

March 18, 2014 10:56 AM PDT

In the year 2000, Luis Figo did the unthinkable: he transferred from Barcelona to Real Madrid. Later that year, he was named European Footballer of the Year. In 2001, he was named World Footballer of the Year. And in 2002, on a return trip to play against Barça, he found that the club's fans had turned the Camp Nou into what we'll politely call an extremely hostile working environment. It turned out to be one of the most memorable Clásicos in many years. Our correspondent bribed his way into the stadium that night and now, 12 years later, recounts the story to his fiancé over a bottle of wine.

February 14, 2014 09:18 AM PST

A terror threat leads to a marriage proposal at the 1994 World Cup. It's our most romantic show to date.

Music credits:
Love of My Life by Boxcat Games
Thelma Todd by Studio Noir
Lupe Velez by Studio Noir
Billy Starsky Instrumental by Tha Silent Partner

January 09, 2014 11:50 AM PST

A cautionary tale about what happens when you are seriously drugged out and yet forced to play goalkeeper for your professional soccer team.

(Note: George drops an F-bomb in the intro, so skip ahead three minutes if you’re listening with little ones—the rest of the episode is safe.)

November 06, 2013 06:02 AM PST

One day in 1994, Steve Davies lived the dream of every soccer fan. He was plucked from the crowd by Harry Redknapp, the manager of his favorite team, and sent onto the field for West Ham United. We featured Steve in Howler issue 03, and now you can hear him tell his own story.

October 31, 2013 10:50 AM PDT

We're working on two longer episodes of Howler Radio, so in this short we're playing you two clips from those upcoming shows. In the first, the West Ham fan who was the subject of Jeff Maysh's wonderful story in issue three talks about heckling his way onto the field for his favorite team. In the second soundbite, Frankie Hejduk recalls the time he lined up against Luis Figo, then the current FIFA World Player of the Year, in the 2002 World Cup.

October 10, 2013 05:37 PM PDT

PARENTAL ADVISORY: EXPLICIT LANGUAGE. In this episode of Howler Radio, Alan Black brings us an audio montage of all the salty language you might hear at a soccer game in Scotland, with help from the Howler Singers.

August 12, 2013 08:44 AM PDT

Howler contributing editor Robert Andrew Powell recalls a disturbing episode he touches on in his book about the year he spent living in the Mexican city Juarez: a swift and utterly unexpected outbreak of violence following yet another loss for the local team, the Indios.

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