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387 Ipswich

A managerial misstep last summer sent the Suffolk club into a tailspin, but as they prepare for life in League One there's a sense of optimism around Portman Road

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Racist chanting across Europe continues to be met with feeble punishment, while glacial progress has been made at home on increasing BAME representation in boardrooms and dugouts

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Be it an accent, umlaut or favoured nickname, many footballers have special requests as to how their name is printed

387 SpursStadium

The regeneration of the area is undoubtedly impressive, but as one research project has found, not all local residents and businesses are benefiting from the sweeping changes

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June issue available now online and in store

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The only side in the top two tiers of women's football without a male counterpart have more than held their own this season, pushing the professional heavyweights all the way

386 MetgodForest

He never won a trophy in English football, but the free-kick specialist is fondly remembered at the City Ground for his ability to always find his way out of a tight spot

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Despite having West Ham, Arsenal and Spurs on their doorstep, Orient have stood their ground and overcome recent adversity to offer an appealing local alternative

386 TomySuperCup

Inaccurate, infuriating and the source of many a family feud, the table-top game still offered the potential for magic moments – until the ball rolled into a blind spot

386 Revie

Don Revie's side were challenging for three trophies as the season neared its end, but 15 games in 46 days proved too much for his stretched squad

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