THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

31 March ~ After last week's club crest, which warned of the dangers of non-segregated beaches, this week's, from Portugal, gives us another socially responsible warning. Here the young mother, out on a shopping expedition, would clearly like to change her baby. Yes, there are public toilets behind her – male and female – but conspicuous by its absence is a baby-changing area. This means she has no choice but to cram herself and the baby into the poky ladies' lavatory and change the nappy over a rusty sink the size of a soup bowl. Read more

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