Póg Mo Goal is an Irish football magazine focused on considered design and great quality writing from around the world (see previous issues here). Issue 5 of Póg Mo Goal sees an exciting shift in production as the publication moves from a newspaper format to a full magazine with spine. With over 64 pages of feature writing, beautiful photography, design and illustrations from contributors across the globe, it’s not to be missed.
Issue five features photography by Joakim Hall (Sweden), Grace Stufkosky (USA), Devin L’Amoreaux (USA), Guillaume Blot (France) and illustrations from Dan Leo (Ireland), Sacha Strange (France), Ruckspiel (Austria), Felix Whitlock (Scotland), Matteo Cuccato (Italy) and Keisuke Yamada (Japan).
It also includes features on Ireland’s first superstar, Jackie Carey by Donal Fallon, the Nantes School by Jeremy Smith of French Football Weekly, Macdara Ferris and Gavin White with League of Ireland stories, Yugoslavian side Novi Sad who gave Celtic a scare on their way to European immortality by Jelena Đureinović , Edd Norval on the breakup of Yugoslavia and its effect on football in the Balkans and more.