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Editorial Leicester’s impatience with Claudio Ranieri does not detract from his achievements 
Sidelines Sutton’s cash reward; Exeter in a Tis; Rayo’s eastern block; East Stirlingshire’s new lease of life; clubs still failing disabled supporters
Shot! Welsh team TNS travel north to take on St Mirren in the Scottish Challenge Cup
Harry Pearson column Even if you can’t make it to a match the comforting signs of football are all around you
Focus on Laurie Cunningham, the forward who went from Orient to Real Madrid via West Brom
Euro view Jean-Pierre Papin pops in to Auxerre and is swiftly booted out; no love lost between Serbia and Kosovo, at both club and FA level
Books Iniesta the artist; Latin American tales; Super Ted MacDougall; Liverpool’s ups and downs
Letters Just one more thing about music and football…
Season in brief Japan goes professional as Verdy Kawasaki win the first J-League title in 1993

Channelling your anger Fan TV has grabbed the attention of the mainstream media but it’s about more than just ludicrous rants and schadenfreude
Fading Sun It’s important to keep emphasising the truth about what happened at Hillsborough, and to hold those who don’t to account
Protest movement Footballers here seem reluctant to get involved in politics, unlike athletes in the US
Match of the month A top-of-the-table clash at Bramall Lane between two clubs with very different expectations for the season
Rural retreats King’s Lynn’s new ambition has fans worried; struggling Wroxham put on the red light
Haya power Despite his home country winning AFCON 2017 the CAF president’s job is under threat; a film about Zambia’s return from tragedy
Kept in reserve Watching second-string and youth football won’t necessarily mean you see the next stars first, but it has a certain charm anyway
Pitching inThe pitchforks are out for groundsmen; notoriously bad surfaces remembered; sloped stadiums that incline themselves to folklore
Whistle while they work Scotland can’t take much pride in their teams’ performances, but their refs are another matter

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