THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

Leyton Orient protest

Regional events will take place in Blackpool, Manchester, Darlington, Coventry and London in conjunction with local supporters’ groups

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Despite positive-looking summer recruitment Eddie Howe’s team have had a disappointing start to their Premier League campaign, with two defeats in two

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Once again Hull’s season has begun with a thin squad that a new manager is having to patch up as he goes, with any success despite, not because of, the club’s owners

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Having been accused of a lack of ambition the Potters hope signing Jesé Rodríguez will turn the tide, with Arsenal first up in their expanded stadium

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Star player’s protracted move to Everton leaves a gap in the Swans’ struggling squad and supporters are losing patience with their new American owners

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Harry Redknapp has been exasperated by slow transfer activity which has hindered Blues’ start, but there should be no repeat of last year’s relegation struggle

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It’s been a slow summer at St James’ Park but Newcastle are well placed to have a solid season, while opening-day opponents Spurs look to push on

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The Portuguese league begins this weekend, with Benfica aiming for their fifth championship in a row. Porto, though, look the stronger of the two squads

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The Black Cats’ signings have been solid rather than spectacular as they look to steady themselves in the Championship, but off- and on-field problems persist

Stoke crowd

Survey from Football Supporters’ Federation shows local fans feel alienated from top-flight clubs, with ticket prices still a concern