Wanted to share the news of this really cool Euro 2012 project from Mother London. The agency has teamed up with their friends at Rig Out to work on a project called Paszport! (passport in Polish) for this year’s Euros.
The fanzine celebrates the gamut of emotions of being a football fan, and the dedication required to be a supporter of the game. Features cast a sometimes satirical eye over football, covering everything from how bad our pundits are to the changes in European football travel over the past few decades. Key features include a piece by Phil Thornton (author of ‘Casuals; football, fighting and fashion’) on “Why I Hate Flags”, and a piece by Jonathan Wilson (sports journalist and author of Inverting the Pyramid) about Jimmy Hogan, the largely forgotten footballer and coach who is considered the father of modern European football.