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Olga García interview: ‘¡Que no pare la fiesta!’ – The show has just begun for Barça’s Spain forward


With her FC Barcelona Femení team this season, Spain forward Olga García Pérez helped break new ground in the UEFA Women’s Champions League, and as the one to always keep the tracks spinning for club and country, the 24-year-old hopes this is all just the intro. Read more →

Emmanuel Amuneke interview: Under the wing of a Golden Eagle – Sounds of the profound from Nigeria’s guardian of the new school


In what football lovers around the world still affectionately recall as Nigeria’s heyday, Emmanuel Amuneke was there to deliver some of the most pivotal moments for the Super Eagles. The one-time Barcelona player is now working to be a chief provider for a new class he hopes will one day surpass the feats of his iconic 90s team, and while the sound has softened for the man who used to tear down the wing, the fundamentals live on in all he does. Read more →

Jeffrén interview: A Belgian bloom for the Barça boy – Eupen forward and the rhythm of rediscovery

Photo: KAS Eupen/David Hagemann


The sight of an ecstatically exuberant Jeffrén Suárez celebrating Barcelona’s fifth goal in an El Clásico thrashing of Real Madrid was beamed around the world in November 2010. It has been an often-changing image for the Venezuelan international since his career’s infancy under Pep Guardiola and you currently find him in Belgium, where life has left him appreciating an altogether truer essence. Read more →

Luis García interview: Sounds behind the sparkle – The rhythm to Reds favourite’s mastery

Photo: Atlético de Kolkata

Photo: Atlético de Kolkata


Attacking midfielder Luis García remains instantly associated with Liverpool for his role in the unforgettable 2005 UEFA Champions League success, and with one last on-field adventure underway in India, the former Spain international reveals the significance of music throughout his voyage up to now. Read more →

Graham Hunter interview: Piqué and Pep, to Paul Weller – The backdrop to an Aberdonian’s fantastic voyage


A native of Aberdeen but Catalonia resident for the past decade, Graham Hunter has honed his reputation to such an extent that he has been considered for some time as one of world football’s leading journalists. The trust and access invested in him by FC Barcelona allowed him to conceive and carry through the idea for a remarkable book released this year chronicling the factors that came together to create such a wonderful footballing team, and he discussed the chosen soundtrack that has accompanied him on his journey in and amongst the elite of both the sport and his industry. Read more →