Issue 02: Heart & Soul
Honouring the way football cultivates community spirit, empowers the next generation and gives fans, teams and players something bigger and more beautiful to believe in. Be prepared to meet the people who are driving the culture to new heights and those who are set to change the face of the game forever.
Issue 02 Cover: Maya JamaWhen it comes to modern icons who sit at the crossroads of fashion, music, football and popular culture, none have made a bigger impact in the last 2 years than Maya Jama. The TV and radio presenter opens up about career breaks through football, finding success on her own terms and the power of pep talks in Issue 02: Heart and Soul.8th October 2019
Issue 02: At Home With Victor LindelofFamily man, fearless centre half and Manchester United stalwart Victor Lindelof opens up the doors to his home for an exclusive and in-depth interview which shines a light on his life away from the pitch. Victor reveals the secrets behind his success, his views on leadership in the modern game and just how close he was to choosing ice hockey over football.17th September 2019
Issue 02: Nafe SmallzWe catch up Nafe Smallz to talk about making it big out of a small town, his journey into the industry and his views on the parallels between music and football.30th September 2019
Issue 01: England's Finest
GAFFER presents its inaugural issue, ‘England’s Finest’, a stylish appreciation of the country’s finest talent in football and music. U-17 World Cup winners Callum Hudson and Emile Smith Rowe reflect on their stunning shared success. Headie One, Steel Banglez and Yxng Bane discuss the UK music scene and their rise to stardom. The next generation of the England Women’s Team, including Taylor Hinds and Lauren James, reveal the origins of their burgeoning careers.
01 Cover: Emile Smith RoweEven in Baku’s tin-hollow Olympic Stadium, Emile Smith Rowe could feel them. The eyes of the crowd weighing heavy on his back, analysing, judging his steps like a TV talent show.3rd May 2019
Kojo Funds2018 has seen Brexit whip up a nationwide frenzy and increased media coverage of youth violence illuminate the fissures in English society.21st March 2019
Class of 2019: Aaron Wan-BissakaWithin the space of two weeks last year, everything changed for Aaron Wan-Bissaka. On February 25 he made his Crystal Palace first-team debut in front of 25,000-plus fans at Selhurst Park against Tottenham. On March 5, he faced Manchester United. On March 10, Chelsea.17th April 2019
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