WSC 372

  • Click to enlarge
WSC 372

Tap to enlarge



Editorial Wolves’ domination of the Championship is benefiting one influential agent
Sidelines Barnsley meet Moneyball; grassroots inequality; depleted Pools; celebrating Stanley Matthews; inside the dressing-room
Shot!Witton Albion host Warrington Town at Wincham Park on Boxing Day
Harry Pearson column Freezing weather brings glee to deranged games teachers and terror to school children
Focus on Just Fontaine, the French striker whose 13 goals at the 1958 World Cup made him famous
Books Micky Adams makes enemies; FC United rebel; understanding Laurie Cunningham; Pep v José goes global
Letters I’d just like to defend Blackburn’s title win…
Season in brief Partizan Belgrade win the 1985-86 Yugoslav league, then lose it, then get it back again

Getting ClatteredWhile one referee cries for attention, the rest shake their heads in disappointment
Symbolic gesture The FA’s copyright claim against Wembley is both damaging and embarrassing; club badges may seem small but they are important
Swans flake Having been held up as a model club, Swansea are rapidly becoming part of the crowd
For whom the Belles tollAny women’s club not linked to a rich male counterpart will likely struggle under the latest restructuring of the game
Match of the month Barnet have nice new surroundings but are having a tough time at the bottom of League Two; luckily, Morecambe are not much better
Pest control Dogs on the pitch are often fun but wasps in the goal stanchion is no laughing matter
Team spirit: Carlisle Brunton Park –old, expensive to run but home; even relegation can’t stop away day fun
Simmering rivalries Time doesn’t always make the heart grow fonder in derbies; how Gillingham came to hate Swindon; Leicester’s lonely life
Port tasting Boavista’s constricted life in the shadow of Porto; Leixões and Salgueiros battle to survive
Still with usScarborough slowly make their way back
Point to prove When Preston’s Invincibles returned

Product code372

This field is required