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Articles by Martin Mazur

Mario Kempes 1978
7 June 2018
Argentina's 1978 World Cup win was played out on a backdrop of military terror, but their star striker and his team-mates fought – and angled – their way to victory amid the horror
Javier Zanetti
13 July 2017
How did Mourinho transform Inter? Is he still fuming about Calciopoli? Why has he never changed his haircut? Martin Mazur poses your questions to Inter icon Javier Zanetti
Nelson Vivas
20 April 2017
Argentina vs England at France 98, Di Canio’s infamous shove, Wenger’s revolution, the rise of Simeone... like a fighty, footballing Forrest Gump, the former right-back has been history’s witness
3 December 2016
Martin Mazur casts an eye over the Argentine's year for club and country…
29 July 2016
“He is to Atletico Madrid what Steve Jobs was for Apple,” writes Martin Mazur. And how can you argue with that? Year after year, the Argentine achieves above expectations – and this is his overdue recognition
27 July 2016
Having made history by steering Sao Paulo to the Copa Libertadores semi-finals in difficult circumstances, the highly commended 58-year-old is now a serious candidate for Argentina’s top job
27 July 2016
The former River hero has been leading their revival since 2014 and added the Copa Libertadores last year to his growing collection. But now the real work is about to begin, says Martin Mazur
13 November 2015
Unusually shaped, built to bounce with the fans and doomed if it doesn’t change soon, La Bombonera is our No.1. Martin Mazur explains why...
13 November 2015
It’s enormous, it’s world­famous and it’s seen the best players ever have their finest hours. Martin Mazur muses on a Mexican marvel
13 November 2015
Built quickly and not brilliantly, the site of Brazilian disasters metaphorical and actual, the Maracana has nevertheless become one of football’s most widely-adored stadiums. Martin Mazur tells the story.