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April 2022 - Dirty money, Tranmere, football food, Qatar, Port Vale, academies


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Drop and go Players released by professional academies are thriving in non-League
Match of the month A windy afternoon at Prenton Park as Tranmere Rovers host Port Vale
Meal deal The good and bad of football food
Pet hate West Ham’s Kurt Zouma dilemma
All played out A retirement without fanfare
Winter is comingHow Doha’s Aspire Academy has transformed Qatar’s national team; Norway spread their boycott message
Eastern flavour Bridlington Town staying resilient; crowds on the up at Hall Road Rangers
Object lessons The lost cigarette card that tells a story of Cyprus’ fight for independence

Editorial Everywhere you look football is awash with dirty money ignored by authorities
Sidelines Arnold Clark Cup attracts new fans; asking questions of Clyde; non-League crowds; talking politics with David Wheeler
Shot! Storm Eunice disrupts games in Sussex
Harry Pearson column Inside the mind of the pitch invader
Focus on Sean Dyche, a leader at Chesterfield, Millwall, Watford and Northampton
World view Lessons to be learnt as Russia is frozen out of football; Conifa’s breakaway states controversy; an unexpected appointment for the Polish national team
Letters Have you ever smelled a goalkeeper’s hands after they have played a match? It’s disgusting… 
Season in brief Alex Ferguson’s Aberdeen shake up Scotland in 1979-80

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