by Dave Robinson, from WSC 351
By Colin McPherson
Morecambe 0 Plymouth Argyle 2, 25/03/2016, Globe Arena, League Two. Photos by Colin McPherson
Sometimes of course one yearns for the simplicity of a big old football on a badge, or a nice straightforward tiger. Alga Bishkek make the crest-fancier really...
By Dave Robinson, from WSC 351
Doncaster Rovers Belles 1 Chelsea Ladies 4, 20/03/2016, Keepmoat Stadium, Women’s FA Cup. Photos by Paul Thompson
by Tim Bradford
- European Super League and football's travelling circus
- Johan Cruyff remembered
- In praise of pennants
- Do managers look younger now?
- The perils of a PA announcer
- Blighted birthday at Forest
Dave Bassett makes it clear that this book has been written in response to those involved in the BT Sport documentary The Crazy Gang, who Bassett feels "had not done their homework on the years before the 1988 Cup final"...
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After an emotional week on Merseyside following the verdicts of the Hillsborough inquests, Jürgen Klopp is right to be cautious before their Europa League semi-final
The contrasting styles of the two managers will become clear tonight when Atlético Madrid host Bayern Munich in the Champions League semi-final first leg
Inquest jury decide that 96 people unlawfully killed and not caused by fan behaviour
Battling with Newcastle for survival only heightens the emotional stakes
In an interview with Nick Miller on The Set Pieces, David Squires talks about how his career went from Swindon fanzines to weekly Guardian illustrations
Photographer David Bauckham went to West Wickham v Old Garchonians
In countries such as Italy and Spain the schedules make more sense but that doesn't mean the English FA's curious approach to compiling the fixtures is a bad thing
Don't expect reams of sophisticated tactical analysis for your 30p programme. A piece pondering England's chances of reaching the final describes tonight's East German opponents as "a strong robust side" and in the event, East Germany were too much for England
Mark Wynne was repeatedly kneed in the head by while handcuffed on the floor by PC Allsop of West Midlands Police, after being arrested at a match
From making a football out of rags as a child in Mozambique to his famous tears at Wembley in 1966, a new theatrical production charts the life of Portugal's greatest player
Outgoing mayor Boris Johnson has called in planning application
The charity Localgiving makes it easy to find a worthy football cause near you to support, ranging from FC United of Manchester to Hounslow Hawks