THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

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It’s been five years since Sheffield Wednesday played Sheffield United and a lot has changed, though power doesn’t tend to stay on one side of the city for too long

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Charlton’s best period of the modern era coincided with the rise of Parker as their midfield general but his switch to Chelsea was ill-timed and ill-advised

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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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Never mind Escape To Victory, Mike Bassett or Jimmy Grimble – where’s our Raging Bull, our This Sporting Life? Even a Seabiscuit would do

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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

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The top division’s mid-table teams simply make up the numbers, so terrified of the drop that they refuse to take other chances to win silverware seriously

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On the 20th anniversary of the devolution referendum we look back at the Home Internationals between Scotland and England, of which Ian Plenderleith demanded a return

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

Preston Tom Finney

The statue of Tom Finney outside Preston’s Deepdale ~ by Colin McPherson

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CARTOONS

368 KidsBy Dave Robinson

REVIEWS

368 MudSweatShearsMud, Sweat And Shears by Dave Thomas

BADGE OF THE WEEK

Workington

Workington AFC