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Editorial It’s been another year of meddling from the authorities, with no good ideas in sight
Sidelines Norman Bettison’s post-fact era; York City in a downward spiral; video refereeing gets closer; fan control in Scotland; Tangerine nightmare
Shot! Dover Athletic take on Cambridge United in an FA Cup first-round replay at the Crabble
Harry Pearson column No one wants to be a Jonah so make sure you have your lucky soup before matches 
Focus on Don Revie’s journey from Leeds’ cheap option to one of the country’s most formidable forces
Euro view Referees under threat in Greece as the government crack down; Qarabag’s success continues despite not having a home
World view Argentina are number one in the world, but they aren’t playing like it
Books Howard Gayle tells all; non-League nirvana; Cliff Jones reflects; Kerry Dixon’s confused tale
Letters Finally, the Gerry Gow mystery is solved…
Season in brief The Home Counties on the up as Luton and Watford earn promotion in 1981-82

Just about managing Football needs more BAME managers but Dwight Yorke is unlikely to be one of them; women remain under-represented in coaching
Gordon’s alive The SFA have made plenty of odd decisions in their time, and not removing Gordon Strachan from his post is up there with the strangest
Match of the month Kidderminster may feel like a hard place to love but their style of play, and the atmosphere in the stands, could change your mind
Gone but not forgotten Losing your club for good leaves a hole it’s impossible to fill; the disappearances of Leyton FC and Rossendale United
Steward’s inquiry Those people in fluorescent jackets have feelings too and their job is much harder than just standing still for 90 minutes
Victorian life Fans in the 1800s had almost as much to moan about as we do now; hat-tricks and ground-breaking skill – Fred Spiksley’s eventful career
Breaking with tradition How TV taught a youngster to love the game; football is more than what happens on a pitch 
Basque in the glory On opposite banks of the Nervión river Bilbao’s other clubs manage to eke out a living

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