THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

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In WSC 262, December 2008, Matt Nation described an unsentimental return to Ashton Gate, where he discovered everything and nothing had changed

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Players use a variety of tactics to agitate for moves but they don’t always work out, as Forest fans who remember Van Hooijdonk's transfer saga can testify

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The job
This is an exciting time for WSC, with a major new project on the horizon, and we are looking to expand our team. Working from our central London office, the job is called Editorial Assistant but encompasses a wide range of tasks covering two major areas – running the magazine’s subscription operation and supporting the editorial staff.

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Having played a key role in Arsène Wenger’s 1998 triumphs, the striker became virtually anonymous and also larger than life, as Ian Davey discovered in WSC 212, October 2004

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Restrained use of yellow cards by officials meant any caution was headline news but that attitude was not always for the good of the game

 

Minute-by-minute* animated match report of the Wales v Republic Ireland 2018 World Cup qualifying game

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

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Front-row seats for Watford Ladies v Brighton ~ by Simon Gill

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CARTOONS

369 TBBy Tim Bradford

REVIEWS

369 WeAreSundayLeagueWe Are Sunday League by Ewan Flynn

BADGE OF THE WEEK

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