Long Reads Of The Week - 15 June

5 great reads you missed from around the web

1 | How is US coach Jurgen Klinsmann trying to improve the standard of football (sorry - soccer) in America? By making them think and act like Europeans, of course. For The New York Times, Sam Borden meets the German legend and watches him work.

2 | Amid the bickering and rhetoric surrounding the forthcoming vote of Scottish independence, author James Meek, who lives in London but grew up in Dundee, has written movingly on the notion of belonging, and revealed which way he would vote in the referendum if he could, for the London Review of Books.

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3 | New Yorker Bob Diamond discovered a forgotten underground tunnel beneath the city, and is now embroiled in a fight with local authorities to prove it contains missing pages from John Wilkes Booth's diary. Newsweek's Joe Kloc meets a crank they call the 'Tunnel King' who was right once, and may just be right again.

4 | The New York Times Magazine's Jason Fagone has the story of Jonathan Hoefler and Tobias Frere-Jones, two designers who brought the world Gotham, Mercury, and Archer. They had one of the most successful - and lucrative - partnerships in type design, so why did it all go so wrong?

5 | What does the man who brough the world The Huffington Post and Buzzfeed really think about the future of journalism? Here for Medium, Felix Salmon has a far-reaching interview with Jonah Peretti.