"And the trick is that football, more than any other major sport, is one of constant fluidity. Others have lots of handholding for the viewer, with regular stops and short bursts of play before the game comes to rest again, giving the observer a chance to consider. Football, compared to baseball or American football or even basketball, never stops. ... Sensible Soccer's simplified form showed me the structures to watch for, in platonic-perfection. Sensible Soccer explained it all."
Kieron Gillen explains how a simple soccer game for the Amiga made him a better son, soccer fan and Englishman.
Hey, Escapist, I've already read this article. Please, mention re-prints at the start of the article, I rarely go through all of the magazine nowadays and hadn't read the editors introduction.