THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

Outshone by the likes of George Best, Bobby Charlton and Denis Law, Herd, who died earlier this month, had a ferociously powerful shot and a tireless work ethic

Despite losing star player Kevin Kampl, controversially to fatigue, Slovenia’s defeat of Slovakia in their previous match means they can relax a bit against Gareth Southgate’s team

Jan Kozak’s team have disciplinary problems and are struggling to score but Martin Skrtel’s return is a boost and Group F remains wide open

It requires extremes of timing to drown out PA systems but nothing beats those roof-rattling, full-throated roars forced out by penalty box drama

René Higuita and Radamel Falcao were firmly in the “Yes” camp while Daniel Torres supported a “No” vote and James Rodríguez was criticised for staying quiet

While Swans fans trust their chairman, few would support becoming a stepping stone for Giggs’ ultimate return to Manchester United

The Roma stalwart has his critics, and could have won more trophies elsewhere, but his appeal is in his simplicity

The cups presented for many modern competitions often lack the appeal of their predecessors

The Sky Blues are without a win in the league, their Ricoh Arena rental deal is due to expire and the category two status of their academy is under threat

Despite a slow start Monk could probably turn things around at Elland Road if he was given time

9 September ~ The season is only a month old and for many Leeds United supporters there is already a strong sense of deja vu. The threat of the sack looms large over new manager Garry Monk should Leeds lose to Yorkshire rivals Huddersfield Town tomorrow.