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Roy Hodgson’s team have failed to fulfil their potential this season and are mired in a survival struggle, with the visit of their rivals adding extra pressure

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Woking don’t have a history rich with success but on this day in 1958 there were more than just birthday celebrations, as they took on Ilford at Wembley

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Gretna 2 Alloa Athletic 1, 25/03/2006, Raydale Park, Scottish Second Division

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The award-winning arches of the Terriers’ current home will never replace the pleasures of their old stadium, according to Steve Wilson in WSC 204, February 2004

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A move by club present Peter Fischer to stop neo-nazis attending Eintracht Frankfurt matches has prompted a wider debate about political neutrality in German football

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With football improving at all levels the FFA need a strong Australia showing at the World Cup to boost interest – just like the Matildas have done for the W-League

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The steel pens and baton charges of the 1980s may be gone, but harsh and degrading actions by authorities are still part of the match day experience

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Harrogate Railway 3 Shepshed Dynamo 2, 11/10/2006, Station View

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Visits to exotic climes are nothing new for English clubs. In WSC 271, September 2009, Simon Hart charted the trailblazing trip to South America in 1909 which acted as a trial for Walter Tull

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