THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

Wolves' 3-2 defeat to Bolton at Molineux on Saturday was a blow to their Premier League survival hopes but it also marked the end of an era for their fans. It was the day when A Load of Bull, the fanzine that had been running since 1989, published its 158th and final issue. "In a way, we smashed down the barriers and became a victim of our own success," said Charles Ross, editor of the fanzine since 1993. "Once, there were a few people with so much to say; now, there are so many people with so little to say. Our voice has gradually become drowned out." In a blog on the Junk Archive, Glen Baldwin recounts the fanzine's history

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