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After putting all that effort into winning them, it's surprising how many players allow their awards to go astray – some never to be seen again

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September issue available now online and in stores

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The versatile defender was a popular figure wherever he went during his long career in England, and having won the FA Cup and played in Europe, he achieved far more than most

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The longest-serving manager in England's top four divisions is preparing for his ninth season in charge at the side with the smallest budget in League Two

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In the game's early days, the famous sides Corinthians and Casuals toured in Hungary – more than a century on, their composite club returned for a taste of European glory

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The system that was meant to help match officials make key decisions is doing more to fuel controversy than settle debates

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Disproportionately stringent scheduling and crowd control measures have made fixtures between United and Wednesday the most expensive to police in the country

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In recent years they've played with a single volunteer on the bench and had a game postponed through lack of socks – but it all went right on the non-League club's big day out in May

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August issue available now online and in store

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The South African took time to adapt to the English game but went on to play a crucial role as Leeds regularly challenged in the Premier League and Europe under David O'Leary

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