In WSC 291, May 2011 Ian Plenderleith got the feeling all the best goals have already been scored and all the best songs have already been written

After heartening results in “no hope” away matches the Swans face a run of winnable games they must take advantage of, starting with Burnley

The format is tough to get used to but its popularity has grown rapidly over recent years, and it’s about more than just physical wellbeing

In WSC 268, June 2009 Saul Pope explained why life for the Foxes was unlikely to get better than a controversial UEFA Cup first-round defeat

Autocratic owners seem to think their wealth allows them to do what they want but well-organised supporters’ groups have proved up to the fight


The greatest non-League FA Cup run of the past 100 years – until this season – could have been even better. In WSC 218 Ken Sproat explained why

Warburton wanted to use Rangers as a stepping stone but the confusion surrounding his exit does not mask the inadequate job he did for the club

Southampton fans have wonderful memories of Matt Le Tissier but unfortunately many of his best goals came in Saints’ most grotesque kit ever

Old Trafford interior

Introducing her nephew to Old Trafford left Joyce Woolridge wondering whether live games can satisfy the tastes of the new generation of fans


We are now taking entries for our 2017 writers’ competition, in memory of David Wangerin. If you need some inspiration, here’s the 2016 winner