- Inside the Olympic Stadium, West Ham's new home
- The birth of goalkeeping gloves in the UK
- Bristol City's rebuilding job
- Mixed memories for mascots
- Elephants taking penalties
- Syria: football in wartime
Perhaps to its detriment, but in keeping with its subject, Bob Latchford’s thoughtful autobiography shies away from drama and sensationalism and tells the story of a modest boy who became the most expensive player in British football.
With the Scottish football landscape currently ravaged almost beyond repair and Gordon Strachan, our manager telling us that Scott Brown is a talent to be reckoned with, it seems timely to be transported back to the village of Glenbuck
A couple of lines late in Didier Drogba’s autobiography really drive home that this isn’t your average burly striker life story. “On November 2009 I teamed up with Bono to help launch an initiative with Nike on the eve of World Aids Day,” Drogba recalls...
Fiction with a sporting setting is notoriously variable in quality. Binary win-lose outcomes reduce the scope for ambiguity and authors may either be poor writers or under-informed. Philip Kerr sidesteps all of these traps with ease…
The Boyacá Chicó area, in the olden days, was a dangerous place to live, what with bandits and cut-throats and people who could steal your identity just by...
by Dave Robinson, from WSC 348
There is surely a trivia quiz question along the lines of: "How many players have scored the winning goal in a Lancashire derby after coming on as a substitute to replace someone who had already come on as a substitute?"
Liverpool fans have forced their club's owners to back down on raising ticket prices, showing that protests such as mass walkouts can be effective
The Baggies' manager's insistence on picking hard-working players over more creative types, but a good Cup run could keep supporters on side for now
Fans disenchanted by poor performances and sceptical of shady benefactors
The Cherries have eased relegation concerns ahead of the Gunners’ visit on Sunday, with Eddie Howe's team adaprting to life in the Premier League
Steve Bruce's Tigers travel to fellow promotion contenders Burnley this weekend but despite their loft position, Hull's fans are not warming to their team
The current transfer window means carefully built squads of poorer clubs get ripped apart, short-changing supporters who have bought season tickets
The Football Supporters' Federation have launched a new initiative which makes it easy for fans to directly contact Premier League clubs about lowering costs
League Two relegation strugglers meet at Bootham Crescent today, in a game that promises to be a clash of blunt attacks against woeful defences
The signing of Diego Fabbrini was the first significant outlay since relegation from the Premier League, highlighting the club's turnaround under Gary Rowett
The former Leyton Oreint, West Brom and Real Madrid striker was the first black player to wear an England shirt and a leading light of London's 1970s soul scene
Howard Kendall’s team were having similar problems with inconsistency and an unhappy crowd until their 1984 League Cup run, which ended in an all-Merseyside final
Blackpool may be out of the relegation zone but their supporters are focused on removing their owners, having taken the fight to the council