THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

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Despite three play-off semi-final defeats on the trot, the early 1990s were heady times for Merseyside’s third team, as Karl Sturgeon recalled in WSC 274, December 2009

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Twitter and Facebook should have killed off forums but the community feel of sites like Brighton's North Stand Chat gives supporters a valuable personal outlet

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Yes, short passing is a pure way to play football. But hoofing the ball upfield can be an effective way to get fans on the edges of their seats, as Matt Nation argued in WSC 167, January 2001

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The former Everton and Wales goalkeeper's online comments have showed that football can break away from a culture of toxic masculinity

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The oldest club in the League have never been in the Premier League and probably never will be, so their last top-flight season is one that Martin Naylor savoured in WSC 216, February 2005

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Woking don’t have a history rich with success but on this day in 1958 there were more than just birthday celebrations, as they took on Ilford at Wembley

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The award-winning arches of the Terriers’ current home will never replace the pleasures of their old stadium, according to Steve Wilson in WSC 204, February 2004

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A move by club present Peter Fischer to stop neo-nazis attending Eintracht Frankfurt matches has prompted a wider debate about political neutrality in German football

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With football improving at all levels the FFA need a strong Australia showing at the World Cup to boost interest – just like the Matildas have done for the W-League

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The steel pens and baton charges of the 1980s may be gone, but harsh and degrading actions by authorities are still part of the match day experience