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Match! is a weekly British football magazine aimed at the teenage and pre-teenage market. First published in 1979, the magazine had a circulation of 57,108 copies as of December 2010. The magazine includes interviews, a skills school, quizzes and a weekly round-up of results, tables and player ratings from the four main English divisions and the Scottish Premier League in MatchFacts. It mostly covers teams and players in the English Premier League, but also has a limited coverage of La Liga, Serie A and international football. Match magazine was launched on 6 September 1979, at a cover price of 25p. The original editor was Mel Bagnall. Kevin Keegan was the first cover star of Match and supported the magazine with his column, Learn To Play The Keegan Way. The first issue came with an 80-page sticker album and included columns by Tottenham star Ossie Ardiles, Manchester Uniteds Steve Coppell and Nottingham Forest manager, Brian Clough.[citation needed] Later columnists included David Platt, Mark Bright and Ryan Giggs. In March 1980, Match launched its first Matchman Of The Month contest. The award, based on a players match rating, was won by Ossie Ardiles. He defeated Trevor Francis to win the title and won £100. Matchman Of The Month now has no financial reward.[citation needed]

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Employees1,400
Market Cap$21.2 billion
Revenue$1.7 billion
Net Income$477.9 million
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