The faint image between the handshake and the football here is a large book. The founders of this club were successful hoteliers and all away teams...
Forget Cardiff's European adventures, why can't modern players head the ball as well as their predecessors? Plus, a debutant handyman who likes pop music and get your tyers fitted while you're at the match
by Dave Robinson
Aptly, Hammarby’s single League title would come with adverts for Falcon lager emblazoned on their shirts, the default beer of matchgoers from Stockholm's working-class southside
- Platini: player to president
- Celebrating the football annual
- Can the FA save grassroots?
- Decline of Sunday Leagues
- When players were "slaves"
- The indoor football experiment
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The FA are asking for contributions from players, coaches, referees, staff and volunteers who work in grassroots to get a picture of the state of the game
The Saddlers have added attacking flair to their previous defensive solidity this season and been praised by José Mourinho after a League Cup tie
The Holte End, Kop, Longside, Shelf, Shed, Kippax, Stretford and more are ripe for sentimentality
Piece of verbatim theatre about survivors' stories showing at Battersea Arts Centre, October 1-7
A full public consultation will take place on three options for Hitchin Town's future, one of which includes moving away from the stadium a public campaign saved
Jack To A King is a documentary which charts Swansea City's rise from the brink of non-League to the Premier League, and was reviewed by Huw Richards in WSC 333
Russia's 20 second tier clubs play across ten time zones, with the resulting high cost of air travel making it a difficult division in which the teams can survive
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While Bradford are confident in their manager's ability to move them forward, their opponents Peterborough are already nervous about Graham Westley
Despite poor results so far this season Stoke City have shown flashes of how good they could be and Mark Hughes has no reason to panic just yet
Sheffield United move towards being the first Yorkshire club to win a title while Liverpool win their first Merseyside derby
Being forced to rein in their spend or bust policy by a transfer embargo may actually give Forest manager Dougie Freedman more time to build a successful team
Sol Campbell, Paul Ince, Luis Figo and Maurice Johnston – crossing rivalries may make a player hated but the lack of sentimentally can be worth it