By Colin McPherson
You now have until May 31 to get your entries in to the annual WSC writers' award, with a £250 prize
by Dave Robinson, from WSC 352
Brattvag is an area of Norway renowned for its window cleaning. Historically, it has always had the best window cleaners working in the area and been at the cutting edge...
By Dave Robinson, from WSC 352
Eastleigh 0 Tranmere Rovers 1, 23/04/2016, Silverlake Stadium (Ten Acres), National League. Photos by Simon Gill
by Tim Bradford
- Euro 2016 Team guide & Wallchart
- Hillsborough inquest
- Leicester's title triumph
- Do team talks work?
- The wrecking of Aston Villa
- "I was Ronin the Raven"
- Nayim from the halfway line
What a curious book this is. At first I thought it was a reprint but it is a new offering from Jack Rollin (of Rothmans Football Yearbook fame) and published by Soccerdata, the imprint of another revered statto, Tony Brown...
The concept of this book is to help the reader “relive the finals as if they were happening today”. Broadly speaking it works, as Ian Passingham tells the story of the 1966 World Cup in modern journalistic style...
Champions Leicester made £93m while bottom club Aston Villa received £66.6m
Only Napoli and Roma could come close to the eventual Double winners
Blogger Steven Chicken studied perceptions into which grounds were hard to visit
Hibernian’s reputation for falling at the last has resulted in the “Hibsing It” insult
Bacup Borough 4 Holker Old Boys 1, 25/04/2016, Brain Boys West View Stadium, North West Counties League Division One. Photos by Colin McPherson
The match programme was very much about Scotland, with SFA president Robert Kelly proclaiming that when it comes to football, "in no city will you find such surging enthusiasm and forthright criticism"
East Stirlingshire 0 Edinburgh City 1, 14/05/2016, Ochilview, Scottish League pyramid play-off. Photos by Colin McPherson
With the regular Football League seasons now over, Experimental 3-6-1 have looked at which teams spent the most time in certain positions over the year
In October Barnsley and Walsall were at opposite ends of League One but on Saturday they meet in the play-offs having defied expectations
Both teams will have expected more from their seasons in League Two but have a chance to put it right in the play-offs, starting at Fratton Park tonight
Aanu Adeoye has dissected the phenomenon of kit unveilings for The Set Pieces, calling out the "stomach-churning PR guff" that accompanies them
By photographer Przemek Niciejewski
Tuesday night will see the final match at West Ham United’s Boylen Ground