Lionel Messi is the cover star of this edition of World Soccer, which looks back at football in 2011.
The magazine begins with two obituaries, a full page for Socrates, while Gary Speed surprisingly gets a small mention on the following page.
Algerian internationals from the 1980s have demanded an inquiry into possible doping by the Team Doctor after it emerged that eight players from that era have fathered disabled children.
Manchester United’s elimination from the European Cup gets focused on, with one columnist suggesting that the team lacks flair.
Jaiyah Saelua of American Samoa made history as the first transgender footballer to play in an international.
Brian Glanville uses his column to bemoan the number of dead rubber games in the group stages of the European Cup.
The draw for Euro 2012 has taken place and there is a full fixture list, as well as a look at the goalkeepers who will be taking part in Ukraine and Poland.
In Spain, Real Madrid looked to have blown their chance of winning La Liga.
Qatar are struggling in their bid to reach the 2014 finals, as they aim to reach the World Cup before hosting it in 2022.
Hoping to take part in the 2022 World Cup Qualifiers in Gibraltar, and their application to join UEFA is given a full page profile.
With the African Cup Of Nations near, there is a profile of Morocco, now under the management of Eric Gerets, and aiming to win the competition,
There is eight pages dedicated to looking back at 2011, as well as a look at stars of the future, with Eden Hazard, Mario Gotze, Marco Reus, Jack Rodwell and Christian Eriksen predicted for great things.
There is also six pages looking back at Lionel Messi’s year.
There is also a tactical look at how Chelsea’s high line is costing them dear.
Istanbul is the subject of a two page feature called Soccer Cities, offering advice to anyone wanting to travel there to watch football.
There is three pages reviewing how each European national team performed in 2011, while the focus of the club round-up is of both Manchester clubs crashing out of the European Cup.