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The system that was meant to help match officials make key decisions is doing more to fuel controversy than settle debates

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Disproportionately stringent scheduling and crowd control measures have made fixtures between United and Wednesday the most expensive to police in the country

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In recent years they've played with a single volunteer on the bench and had a game postponed through lack of socks – but it all went right on the non-League club's big day out in May

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The South African took time to adapt to the English game but went on to play a crucial role as Leeds regularly challenged in the Premier League and Europe under David O'Leary

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An unassuming ring binder containing immaculate and comprehensive records of the first ten tournaments serves to remind us all that the joy of football is often in the detail

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Founded just 30 years ago by the late Walter Luzi and his two sons who are still in charge today, the club from the Hauts-de-France region have long punched above their weight

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The Grecians may have fallen short of promotion from League Two in recent seasons, but a sustainable model and the vibrancy of their much-envied home terrace continue to draw admirers

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For as long as the Football League has existed, Notts County have been its oldest club – until their relegation in May sparked a tussle for that title among warring local newspapers

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The media are quick to jump on any setback for sides high in football's established order, but fans with longer memories know that poor results and disappointing seasons are par for the course

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