THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

Editorial, diary & sidelines ~ Terry’s successor named at last; Ossie’s heartfelt testimony to Glenn; help for travelling fans at Euro ’96; a mad ref on the loose at Wembley; the tribulations of the best English women’s team
Tales of olde England ~ Addressing some of the myths that have built up around the 1966 World Cup. Greavsie won’t approve
Europe united ~ Some of the major cultural events taking place around Euro ’96, including an extravaganza on the South Bank – be there or be square
Too close for comfort ~ How to unwind from the stresses and strains of the season just finished
Teams they are a changin’ ~ The first part of our Euro 96 guide with the lowdown on the team playing in Groups A and B –why you shouldn’t go clubbing with Stoichkov, driving with Zubizarreta or double-dating with Sforza
The north poll ~ Ey up and gor blimey – several reasons why the best cup finals are North v South affairs
Blowing up the bridge ~ What if anything has Glenn Hoddle done to deserve the England job and has he made a lasting impression at the club he’s left behind?
Dutch of class ~ An insight into why Ajax keep on producing great players – and how they came to be the only club left in Amsterdam
Leagues apart ~ Contrasting fortunes of two non-League sides, one heading for the professional ranks, the other just happy to get a point
Letters

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