THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

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Preparations for life in the Championship already seem to be underway at The Hawthorns but a Cup run could salvage some fun from their season

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New manager Paul Heckingbottom feels like a good fit at Elland Road but poor player recruitment means he’ll be working with thin squad

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March issue available online and in stores

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Supporters are demanding assurances about takeover negotiations and transfer funds from club director Richard Murray, with Duchatelet still absent

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February issue available in stores and online

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Having failed in an approach for Aberdeen’s Derek McInnes, the Ibrox job has been handed to Graeme Murty until the end of the season but it is only a short-term solution

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From Celtic, Rangers and St Mirren to Newcastle and the two Merseyside clubs, supporters’ groups have been coming together to assist people in their time of need

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January issue available in stores and online

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The Blades have spent very little money but their savvy manager has made sure none of their players looks out of place in the Championship

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With the future of head coach Ange Postecoglou still uncertain, the team still relying on Tim Cahill and a stagnant A-League, all is not well for the Socceroos