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The shake-up of the competition in 2016 attracted high-profile sponsorship, but congested calendars and insufficient travel subsidies are reducing the attraction for foreign clubs
The complex and increasing influence of "intermediaries" in transfer deals should be afforded closer attention and stricter legislation imposed by the football authorities
It seems an excessively arbitrary reward that a foul committed anywhere inside the area earns a clear shot from 12 yards. Is it time FIFA's law-makers went back to the drawing board?
The judgements made on women coaching in the men's game are swift and unforgiving – and a reflection of the archaic attitudes that still pervade the game
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He spent seven seasons in English football and was relegated three times, but it was the playmaker's flashes of brilliance that stood him apart from the rest
It's 20 years this year since the Seagulls returned from exile, and despite its obvious shortcomings this athletics track will always have a place in the hearts of Albion fans
This endearingly anachronistic range of player figurines may have lacked accuracy and interactivity, but they provided an early window into the world of football
It may be an alien concept to some, but a keen cohort of content creators are sharing their experiences online in a phenomenon grounded in the joy – and despair – of attending live games
It can take decades to build up a sense of familiarity at a new stadium – just ask fans of the Lincolnshire side, who are reflecting on 30 years at a ground that in 1988 was the first of its kind