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Editorial The best way to keep the FA Cup interesting is to focus TV coverage on smaller clubs
Sidelines Quakers movement; report card for UEFA; walking pace; Newport’s pitch battle; Scotland’s language barrier
Shot! Victory Park lives up to its name for Chorley against Altrincham
Harry Pearson column The technology of modern boots seems futuristic but it has always been that way
Focus on Derek Hales, Charlton’s “Killer” striker who earned a ruthless reputation in front of goal
Euro view Valencia’s owner has pushed their fans to the limit; there may soon be two Steaua Bucharests and supporters have split opinions
World view Colombia’s new professional women’s league is a huge step for the game in South America
Books No place like home in Coventry; Johan Cruyff’s bad turn; Best of Clyde; Spain to Scunthorpe
Letters There are more football/music crossovers...
Season in brief When Manchester United nearly got relegated to the Third Division in 1934

Lasting legacy Graham Taylor created a community ethos at Watford; the England manager didn’t resent all media despite the tabloids’ disgraceful attacks
Unfulfilled potential Nile Ranger seems unable to avoid wasting his gifts; Billy Kenny was Everton’s ultimate lost talent, his career destroyed by cocaine
Match of the month Notts County enter a new era with hope of avoiding relegation, but local rivals Mansfield are the visitors looking to spoil the day
Expansion plans A 48-team World Cup flies in the face of FIFA reforms; the Kiwis need to make sure their windfall bears fruit domestically
Reaching the Zenit Two Saint Petersburg clubs may soon be challenging their bigger neighbours – one old and full of tradition, the other a young upstart
Resistance fighters The rebranding attempts at Cardiff and Hull serve as a warning to all fans, but also any potential power-hungry owners out there
Imaginary play Whether official or run on a spreadsheet, fantasy football can become an obsession
Still with us Gateshead’s complicated history has not halted their ambitions to return to the League

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