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Amid Bury's demise, financial squabbles and some club owners expressing a desire to be out altogether, the organisation's new faces are taking on a difficult task

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While a £10,000 penalty for racist chanting may appear an insufficient punishment, behind the scenes a considerable investment has been made into confronting the issue at The Den

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November issue available now online and in store

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The first player from his country to play in the Premier League, the striker became a cult hero among fans despite injury problems in his seven years on the south coast


For any reporter up against a final whistle deadline, a glut of late goals can make life difficult – especially when you've managed to leave your laptop at home

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The lucrative sponsorship deals get the headlines, but be it superstition or whatever feels most comfortable, every footballer has their own preference when picking a pair

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The plights of Bury, Bolton and the many other League clubs in financial difficulty reflect a broken system that needs a radical new regulatory approach

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For one supporter, the off-field impact of the Foxes' unprecedented Premier League title win has made a different type of matchday experience increasingly appealing

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October issue available now online and in store

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Famed for his arms-outstretched "aeroplane" goal celebration, the Norwegian striker was a popular figure at all four of his English clubs in the mid-1990s