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  • American Football: The Eminently Intellectual Game

    Sony Michel of the New England Patriots (R) is stopped by Lamarcus Joyner of Los Angeles Rams in the first quarter of Super Bowl LIII at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia, on February 3, 2019. (Photo by Angela Weiss/ AFP/Getty Images)

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  • How Hungary’s stars left their football mark with Olympic success

    In an extract from a new book Jonathan Wilson recalls the journey of Hungary’s Golden Squad, inspired by Ferenc Puskás, to glory in 1952 It would be wrong to assume that Ferenc Puskás, just because he was cheery and relaxed, did not think about the game or was merely a turner of tricks blessed with an extraordinary left foot. He was exceptionally technically gifted, of course, but what made him quite so important to the Aranycsapat [Hungary’s Golden Squad] was his tactical brain. “If a good...

    the Guardian
  • Right or left, Americans value hard work to achieve success

    Conservatives and liberals may agree on at least one thing: the importance of working hard in order to succeed.
  • Israel’s Alliance With Trump Creates New Tensions Among American Jews

    Religious leaders see President Trump’s influence over the Israeli prime minister becoming a wedge issue in the Jewish community.