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It’s a dirty job, but someone has to do it. In WSC 56, October 1991, Phil Town gave an insider’s view of life on the substitutes’ bench
The Leaning Conference Centre of Luftetari is famous in Albania. People come from miles around to stand next to it, take photographs of each other next to it and visit the Leaning Conference Centre Visitors’ Centre, Museum & Cafe. They come from miles around in Albania anyway. It’s not world famous. The Leaning Tower of Pisa cornered the market in leaning edifices centuries ago and has always had more romance about it somehow.
Graham Taylor’s warm character exemplified by response to Middlesbrough supporter asking him to pick Stephen Pears and Jamie Pollock for England
Forest have taken just one point from their last six league games and have gone backwards every season under the ownership of Fawaz Al-Hasawi
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President Ali Bongo is under pressure after AFCON 2017 was controversially awarded to Gabon, but the football itself is an enticing prospect
There are very few individuals who can run on a pitch designed for professional footballers without being jeered at by anybody who sees them
Going To The Match includes 130 colour photographs of 80 grounds around Europe, with the focus on supporters at all levels of the game
Scrap the Checkatrade Trophy and introduce retrospective punishment for diving – more of our writers on what they want to see in 2017