How tiny, quirky Iceland won over soccer fans worldwide

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Sam Borden | The New York Times
July 2016 | 7-minute read

Iceland’s rise to the upper reaches of European soccer has been deliberate, but its current run is astounding all the same, if only because its history as a soccer nation is as more of a punching bag than any sort of knockout artist.


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