THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

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Progress has been made on making games more affordable for families but an important age group is falling through the cracks of modern football

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Ryan Giggs is the new Wales manager but, while he was a hero at his club, he never had the same relationship with his national team – as Scott Johnson explained in WSC 328, June 2014

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Across the country any patch of grass could be turned into a makeshift pitch, with games lasting hours – as long as the ball didn’t get lose in the nettles

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The idea that modern footballers misbehave more often than their predecessors is a myth, as Steve Field explained in WSC 170, April 2001

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Video technology has resulted in 18 penalties awarded, seven rescinded, ten red cards and ten disallowed goals but it is also removing emotion from Serie A

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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

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

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A spectacular save during Barnet v Morecambe ~ by Paul Thompson

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371 ScenesBy Dave Robinson

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372 AdamsMicky Adams: My life in football

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