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Alvechurch FC 3 Highgate United 0, 26/12/2016, Lye Meadow, Midland Football League Premier Division
There are calls for Wales to cap the Liverpool youngster, like they did with Harry Wilson, to stop him from switching allegiance to the English FA
The Wide-brimmed Hatman of Banbury is a little-known figure from English folklore, although there is a nursery rhyme (first documented in print in 1720) concerning this figure:
The Trotters have struggled to score this season and face a stern test at Roots Hall against a team who have lost one of their last 18 matches
City of Liverpool FC want to fill a void by providing a football club for the whole of the city, unaligned to the red or blue halves of Merseyside
You are constantly told your body will know when it’s time to stop playing, but then you score a wonder goal and another season looks appealing
The Imps top the National League and face Ipswich tonight in an FA Cup replay, but the real challenge is sustaining their increased crowds
From Ashton Gate to Ashton United’s Hurst Cross stadium, WSC photographers went all over the place in 2016 – here are some of their best pictures
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.