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Before the internet, journalists relied on phones send in their copy and it was one unfortunate person’s job to organise the whole thing

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In 2008, Superleague Formula was supposed to bring the “passion and pride” of football to the world of motorsport – it didn't last very long

JalgpalliklubiBadge of the week ~ Jalgpalliklubi Sillamae Kalev, Estonia
The crest iconography here centres on two performing bears, specifically, Bodo and Mr Polyokoff, the music hall act of two Estonians dressed as bears that rose to national fame in the 1930s. A typical performance would start with the compere introducing the pair, before running off stage as the two "bears" came on, shouting: "I have no news, I have no news!" (The joke here was that the two "bears" were ravenous for current affairs and would kill for a newspaper.)

The Nerazzurri are on a club-record six-game winning streak after a poor start, and now lie just five points behind the Serie A leaders

Neil Sherwin of Backpage Football explains how the disaster involving Brazilian club Chapecoense has been used by unethical “media outlets”

In WSC 177 Lionel Birnie donned his plimsolls to recall the strange competitions that filled a void when English clubs were expelled from Europe

The Fritz-Walter-Stadion, feared by visiting teams for its atmosphere, has been a financial millstone for the club and is losing its reputation

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