THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

From Buenos Aires to Bramall Lane and back

315 SabellaToday, Alejandro Sabella wears an Argentinian FA baseball cap to work, and is probably the international football manager most people would like to take under their arm and cuddle. He wasn't always a softly spoken, grandfather-like figure, though. In 1978, he was part of a transfer saga which transformed British football. Read more

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