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Editorial It is no wonder the England team struggle given their lack of players with Premier League title-winning experience 
Sidelines Totem Poles in Essex; FIFA’s vaults fail to wow visitors; successive managers struggle to Ram home the “Derby Way” ; Russian hooligans turn on the BBC; shades of Grays
Shot! Two local derbies in the Women’s FA Cup fifth round, as Liverpool take on Everton and Arsenal play Tottenham
Harry Pearson column Big screens were supposed to improve the matchday experience for fans but instead they have brought a new evil into stadiums
Focus on Jimmy Guthrie, Portsmouth’s Cup-winning captain turned players’ rights activist
World view The Deltas aim to bridge the gap between San Francisco and football; signing a convicted murderer has not gone down well in Brazil 
Books Jason McAteer’s disappointing career; World Cup viewing; safe secrets; Sócrates’ philosophy 
Letters It is time to admit that I was the founder of the Dice Football Association…
Season in brief York City become the first club to break the 100-point barrier, in the 1983-84 season

Shared ownership Portsmouth fans debate selling their stake in the club for “progress”; the wealthy investors making a mess of their clubs across the League
I was there It has been 20 years since Chesterfield’s remarkable FA Cup run gripped the nation
Law and disorder Video technology is now inevitable, which is a shame; grassroots referees are scared of change; how penalties insulted players
Match of the month A day out on the decidedly misty north Cornwall coast as struggling Newquay face league-leaders Tavistock
Coping strategies Life is tough in the Danish capital for any clubs not called FC Copenhagen or Brondby IF, no matter how much success they have achieved or community spirit they have fostered
Out of the park Deciding when to retire is a player’s hardest choice; stop taking the game so seriously and it will become more enjoyable; a cup final is a day to savour, no matter what the level
Sight lines From the Kippax to the corporate boxes – sitting on all four sides of Maine Road; what Priestfield lacks in a glamour it makes up for in memories and character

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