Posts by R.W. Johnson

Gaitskell and Europe

Hacked!

Ransomware

Zuma’s Re-Election

Zuma Blunders On

After Marikana

Mr Blair goes to Astana

Jumping the Queue

Mugabe at the Vatican

Mandela’s Guests

When the Republicans were right

Women's Suffrage

Bread and Circuses

It's All Over

Football and Fascism

Football and Fascism

In Praise of Germany

The Germans

Settlers’ Way

The Dutch

After the World Cup

After the World Cup

Fifa v. the UN

Fifa v. the UN

Never Miss a Penalty

What my father taught me about football

Par for the Course

Germany's Progress

Mbeki’s Vainglorious Dreams

The Odds against Ghana

Killing the Goose

The End of South African Mining?

There was only one Alf Ramsey

Wenger for England manager

Shrink the Premiership

England's Failure

Continental Solidarity

Ghana's New Supporters

No Disgrace

South Africa's Exit

Free Movement of Individuals

More on 'soccer colonialism'

Ructions in the French Camp

'Soccer Colonialism'

Read more by R.W. Johnson on the LRB website.

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