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SoccerBible Magazine Issue 9: Go Again

We go again. The perennial parlance of the modern sporting world. From Brighton to Beverly Hills the aim is the same. To journey on past the summit, or to simply stop the rot. With broken bones and home ties tested, SoccerBible Magazine Issue 9 is dedicated to those able to summon the strength while staring at a blank canvas.

SoccerBible Magazine Issue 9 features Karim Benzema, Marcelo and Gareth Bale as part of a galactic cover line-up. We joined Real Madrid on their 2017/18 pre-season tour to the United States witnessing first hand how the elite roll. Going behind the scenes throughout, we sat down with three players riding a wave of success on the back of an historic double winning year.

Beyond the three cover features, SoccerBible Magazine Issue 9 also explores those who typify the issue’s theme in their own way. Gabriel Jesus didn't believe in an 'adjustment period' when he arrived to the Premier League. As long as the ball was round and there was eleven players on each side, he's playing with a smile on his face whilst wiping the one off yours. The boy wonder with a fearless attitude and unfazed outlook.


AJ Tracey is Tottenham Hotspur born and raised. As his career in music climbs in parallel with Spurs' march up the Premier League we nip round to the 'False 9' rapper's place to chat about how football and the culture that surrounds it has influenced his music career. 


Michael Keane could have the dismissive attitude of a £30m player. After all, that's the price Everton paid for his services this summer. But Keane is as level headed as they come, an honest, hard working character that the people of England want representing their nation. We take things back to grass-roots to see where the story started for the England hopeful.


A Liverpool fan and hip hop artist that wrote and performed a song called 'Cantona' in tribute to his dad's icon. Loyle Carner has embraced the football scene and taken it to his music. From wearing a United shirt on stage to talking his South London roots off it. Loyle Carner is new generation all over.


Just a snippet of what's inside our biggest issue yet, which also includes features on: Clothsurgeon, Daniel Rhone, Romford Town, Postcards from Russia, Orlando City, Ashlyn Harris, Axel Tuanzebe, Paul Rodriguez, PIXX, Anthony Ogogo, Tommy Smith, Solly March, Ben Roche, Shoe Surgeon and more across over 200 pages.

SoccerBible Magazine Issue 9 is available now from our online store as well as stores worldwide.


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