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The Player 4 Player consultancy group is helping to guide ex-professionals taking their first steps into new careers

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December issue available now online and in store

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Unique WSC photography – order yours now from the WSC shop

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November issue available now online and in store

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Have you always wanted to write for WSC, or wondered what goes on behind closed doors at an independent football magazine?

Do you want to learn new skills, make industry contacts and be paid to write an article that will be published in WSC magazine?

We are excited to launch the first WSC mentoring and development scheme for aspiring and early career female journalists, not currently in full-time education, with an interest in football/sports journalism. The scheme is free to take part in, and is open to ambitious writers, editors, sub-editors, podcasters and publishers, with a passion for football and something to say.

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October issue available now online and in store

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A snapshot from one of the last games played at the Saddlers' former home has a special resonance for one player pictured

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Bumper triple magazine September issue available now online and in store

Euro 2020 was a tournament like no other – but how did you see it? The 2021 WSC survey lets you have your say. What were the outstanding moments? How did you watch it? Which pundits did you like and dislike? How do you feel about returning to stadiums? And what would you change about WSC?

Loyal readers may recognise some questions from past surveys – we ask them to see how things change. We’re grateful for your response – it should take about ten minutes and you have the chance to win a WSC T-shirt.

THE 2021 SURVEY IS NOW CLOSED

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The Mariners are seeking to become football's first B Corp accredited club, putting ethical principles first at Blundell Park

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