A new dawn in Deutschland
'Guardiola's move to the Bundesliga seems to confirm the league's new sexiness across Europe. The man himself casts a long shadow, one filled with hopes as well as doubts. Will he be able to apply his successful techniques at a club where himself and his ideals weren't incubated? Time will tell.' - We’re delighted to feature Dan Leydon’s work on AFR. Find him on: Twitter / Tumblr / Etsy.

A new dawn in Deutschland

'Guardiola's move to the Bundesliga seems to confirm the league's new sexiness across Europe. The man himself casts a long shadow, one filled with hopes as well as doubts. Will he be able to apply his successful techniques at a club where himself and his ideals weren't incubated? Time will tell.' - We’re delighted to feature Dan Leydon’s work on AFR. Find him on: Twitter / Tumblr / Etsy.

Daydreaming with Iniesta
"I realised how much I admire Iniesta as a player and a person after reading Graham Hunter’s BARCA book. I love his style of play. He is the epitome of skill, but what hits home is his personality. The guy seems to be so humble and appreciative of his position in life. With him being so down to earth, I wanted to show him in an everyday situation while simultaneously reminding us that everything starts as a dream.” - Dan Leydon
Find Dan’s work on: Twitter / Tumblr / Etsy / AFR.

Daydreaming with Iniesta

"I realised how much I admire Iniesta as a player and a person after reading Graham Hunter’s BARCA book. I love his style of play. He is the epitome of skill, but what hits home is his personality. The guy seems to be so humble and appreciative of his position in life. With him being so down to earth, I wanted to show him in an everyday situation while simultaneously reminding us that everything starts as a dream.” - Dan Leydon

Find Dan’s work on: Twitter / Tumblr / Etsy / AFR.

Vintage Comic: Casillas wants to battle!
With the Spanish press doing their best to verbally abuse José Mourinho and a generally overwhelming vibe ahead of tonight’s Clásico at Camp Nou, we thought we would lighten the mood with one of Jon Horner's vintage comics that dates back to the World Cup. This slide is from Jon and Oliver Sparrow’s World Cup comic entitled “Inspector Rooney and the Jabulani Japery”. You can look at all of Jon Horner’s work for AFR by clicking here.
Real Madrid fans, you better pray a wild pretty girl doesn’t appear alongside the pitch tonight. 

Vintage Comic: Casillas wants to battle!

With the Spanish press doing their best to verbally abuse José Mourinho and a generally overwhelming vibe ahead of tonight’s Clásico at Camp Nou, we thought we would lighten the mood with one of Jon Horner's vintage comics that dates back to the World Cup. This slide is from Jon and Oliver Sparrow’s World Cup comic entitled “Inspector Rooney and the Jabulani Japery”. You can look at all of Jon Horner’s work for AFR by clicking here.

Real Madrid fans, you better pray a wild pretty girl doesn’t appear alongside the pitch tonight. 

A Chelsea Christmas Carol: Part Four by Jon Horner (View All Here)
The Ghost of Chelsea Yet to Come, none other than Ian Holloway, meets up with Roman to discuss the tragic future of his Stamford Bridge squad.

A Chelsea Christmas Carol: Part Four by Jon Horner (View All Here)

The Ghost of Chelsea Yet to Come, none other than Ian Holloway, meets up with Roman to discuss the tragic future of his Stamford Bridge squad.

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“A Chelsea Christmas Carol: Part Three” by Jon Horner (View All Here)
The Spirit of Sheikh Mansour

“A Chelsea Christmas Carol: Part Three” by Jon Horner (View All Here)

The Spirit of Sheikh Mansour

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“A Chelsea Christmas Carol: Part One” by Jon Horner
‘tis the season…?

“A Chelsea Christmas Carol: Part One” by Jon Horner

‘tis the season…?

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“Good Ol’ Emile Heskey.” By Jon Horner. Apologies and eternal love to Schulz.

Good Ol’ Emile Heskey.By Jon Horner. Apologies and eternal love to Schulz.

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“Corrupt? Us?” - By Jon Horner
Read: Hustlin’ for the World Cup

“Corrupt? Us?” - By Jon Horner

Read: Hustlin’ for the World Cup

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“Four Offsides and a Penalty” by Jon Horner
Just when Wayne thought he had everything figured out, he couldn’t deny is deep-seeded feelings for Fergie.

“Four Offsides and a Penalty” by Jon Horner

Just when Wayne thought he had everything figured out, he couldn’t deny is deep-seeded feelings for Fergie.

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