WSC 156 February 2000
Editorial ~ Manchester United
Diary ~ Funny money at St James’ Park; Roy Keane waves his wad; Manny Omoyimni’s moment of fame; Wednesday win a match
The Bigger Picture ~ Travelling fans frozen out at Highbury
Sidelines ~ German reactions to that draw; Ally McCoist gives up his day job; a Mexican coach who attacks from the left ; the Football Task Force splits in two
Three Careless ~ Owners Latest developments in the comedy drama at Crystal Palace – have a calculator handy; Mansfield supporters launch their own takeover bid; why fans’ groups may play a role in Bill Kenwright’s attempt to revive Everton
Foreign Players ~ Jan Molby looks back at his playing career; overseas footballers before Ardiles and Co; Jan Åge Fjortoft’s experiences among the international contingent at Middlesbrough
So, Michael Palin? ~ Why a Sheffield Utd win sounds much better when you’re 3,000 miles away
Building Sights All there is to know about wage structures
Regional Round-up ~ Football folklore of the west midlands; fan frustrations in Wolverhampton; can Birmingham City’s manager ever live up to the expectations he created as a player?
Football Myths ~ Do the wide open spaces of Wembley really take their toll on tired legs?
Plus Webwatch, Letters