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Despite their disastrous early season under Frank de Boer showed up Eagles’ shortcomings but reverting to a familiar style is slowly working


The 376-page book takes you on a journey through Sweden via hundreds of photos of picturesque grounds, old stands, matches, players and more

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The racism and anti-semitism highlighted by Lazio’s fans and owner runs deeper than one club in Italy and all too often flourishes inside stadiums


The job
This is an exciting time for WSC, with a major new project on the horizon, and we are looking to expand our team. Working from our central London office, the job is called Editorial Assistant but encompasses a wide range of tasks covering two major areas – running the magazine’s subscription operation and supporting the editorial staff.

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The Socceroos’ narrow win over Syria did not pacify a country who expect more from their national team, despite the relative lack of talent available


After defeat in last season’s play-off final Rovers fans have had to wait for their team to click this time but recent signs have pointed to a bright future

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Latics desperately need investment but rumours are swirling that Abdallah Lemsagam, a FIFA-registered agent, will turn them into a Manchester City feeder club

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After an inconsistent start that has included some historic losses, Rangers’ League Cup quarter-final against Partick could ease pressure on the manager

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The Hornets have had a flying start to the season and their team, full of pace, are finally striking a bond with supporters that was missing last term


Both clubs were hoping this season would see them recover from their rapid declines but their starts suggest tough campaign lies ahead