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This issue has now sold out but you can read it online now
Editorial The Hillsborough verdicts highlight the flagrant disregard for fans’ safety by those in charge of the game during the 1980s
Sidelines Leyton Orient’s ownership woes; Moore than a legend; Wolves in the money; Carlisle United’s missing billions; referees have a Friend in need
Shot! Bacup take on Holker at the Brian Boys West View Stadium in the south Pennines
Harry Pearson column Every struggling team needs a player sitting at home who might, possibly, improve them –so long as they are never allowed on the pitch
Focus on Jock Stein, the Protestant Rangers fan who brought unprecedented success to Celtic
World view Brazil’s attempt at reform loses momentum; China’s long-term plan for world domination
Books Euro 96 wasn’t all that; another Savage display; Eibar the mighty; 1966 in detail
Letters “Panini have a lot to answer for this year...” 
Season in brief Schalke and Bayern battle for the Bundesliga amid a bribery scandal in 1971-72


Natural justice For the people of Merseyside the truth was always obvious ; two years in court with the Liverpool Echo; fans in Sheffield have their own problems with the South Yorkshire Police; the Murdoch press and how to control the truth
Fox holes Leicester winning the title doesn’t suddenly solve the problems with the Premier League
Crash course It shouldn’t be unrealistic for Aston Villa fans to expect their players to, you know, try
I was there When four skint men from Leicester ended up in Paris watching Nayim lob David Seaman
Match of the month A National League clash between an old northern League team that’s hit upon hard times and a young southern club on the up
Character development Hot, dangerous and requiring a knowledge of badges – a day in the life of a club’s mascot
Little Vienna The third-tier derby of love attended by thousands in the Austrian capital; balancing books and ambition at FAC
Manual instruction Passion is one of English football’s most over-used words; even pros don’t listen to team talks

Euro 2016 Team Guide

Every team covered:
What are the expectations?
Is the coach popular?
Who makes for a good interviewee?
Are there any players with unusual hobbies?
Who is their TV equivalent of Robbie Savage?
Will there be many fans travelling?

Fixture wallchart (print copies only)
Plan your viewing, fill in the scores, ruin it when you make a mistake calculating the best 3rd-placed teams

Product code 352
Condition New
Weight 0.18kg

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