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From fans on boards to a redistribution of TV income to help the grassroots, Labour are determined to revolutionise how football is run if they win the 2019 General Election

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Safe standing has earned its place in all three manifestos, though only one party offers a detailed plan for the game's future

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Decisions of politicians at local and national levels have an impact on everything from safe standing and club ownership to youth teams and playing fields

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January issue available now online and in store

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The works of the "Burley Banksy" have come under anonymous attack, but the support of the club and community have ensured his designs will remain part of the matchday experience

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The top level of the game is only just beginning to address its huge carbon footprint but the League Two club have long made environmental responsibility their ethos

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December issue available now online and in store

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The flamboyant forward delighted the Premier League with his eye for the spectacular – and helped save the Bantams by writing off the millions owed to him in wages

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In both the domestic and international game, past glories are increasingly shown off on and around the badge – but it's not always obvious exactly what achievements they denote

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Amid Bury's demise, financial squabbles and some club owners expressing a desire to be out altogether, the organisation's new faces are taking on a difficult task

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