THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

Focus is on design and high-quality writing

icon monday22 June ~ A new Irish football magazine with a focus on design and high-quality writing from around the world has been launched. Póg Mo Goal, which means “Kiss My Goal”, began as a website covering local football around four years ago, but they have now released their second edition of a print magazine. The issue includes articles on how Robbie Keane conquered the US, how the City group are impacting upon Australia’s domestic game and the story behind the GAA’s removal of a ban on foreign games in Ireland. You can order issue two of Póg Mo Goal here.

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