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Corrections to pages 21 & 28 in the magazine

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Front page

 

 

 
Page 2:

Editorial
Rescuing sport from itself

 

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Soccer slavery
A Belgian senator has declared war on illegal trade with young talent

 

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4-5:

Fixers threaten the game
Match fixing is growing at the cost of sport's credibility

 

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6-7:

FIFA under fire
Investigative journalists pose questions FIFA won't answer

 

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8-9:

Clearing Kenya
Corrupt leaders are losing the battle about Kenyan soccer

 

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10-11:

Fans in charge
Supporters' trusts gain influence, adding value to soccer clubs

 

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12-13:

Blowing the whistle
Former FIFA boss Zen-ruffinen asks legislators to help, and Kenya's anti-coruption czars urges sport to show leadership

 

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14-15:

Volleygate
FIVB exposed as a showcase og sports korruption 

 

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16-17:

To speak or not to speak  
Volleyball leaders fear to speak out - except an Argentine who got his reward

 

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18-19:

Statement for integrity
A tool for countering corruption made by experts at Play the Game

 

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Honesty test
How the soccer magazine - When Saturday Comes - reported by Play the Game

 

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Abusive male culture
Laura Robinson draw parallels between war crimes and sports abuse

 

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22-24:

Sport's best friends
Global survey shows that sports leaders can count on the help of the press

 

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Journalist on death row
Burmas's Zaw Thet Htwe barely suvived exposing sorruption in soccer

 

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26-27:

Stabbed after criticim
Greek sports editor Syrigos and two colleges have suffered grave attacks without any protests from aythorities

 

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28-29:

Waking up the US
How the BALCO affair changed the US doping landscape

 

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30-31:

A life under suspicion
Kelli White and Joachim B. Olsen accept that athletes live under a regimen of control

 

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32-33:

Global progress with gaps
WADA and UNESCO lead the progress in anti-doping, but many nations lack behind

 

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34-35:

Gansters dominate doping market
The illegal doping trade is taken over by organised crime, warns expert Sandro Donati

 

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Mapping the black market
A german reasearch project maps the drug trade and educates the young

 

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License to run

Canadian Indians and actors took lifelong sports exploitation on stage

 

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Men and musles

Eating disorders among steroid users are seldom recognised

 

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Global disorder
Why can Scotland be a soccer nation and Zanzibar not?

 

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40-41:

UN in action
Former Swiss President Ogi fights for sport as a development tool

 

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42-43:

Olympic games at sea
Experts diagree on the value of megaevents to society and a professor suggests floating stadiums

 

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44-45:

Learning from Beijing
Will the Olympics change China or China change the Olympics?

 

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Values at risk
We are all stakeholders in sport, said Danish Minister and WADA Vice President

 

Page 47:

Fact sheet
Play the Game at a glance: Goals, donors, partners and other facts

 

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