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Editorial The World Cup is already giving politicians a chance to make fools of themselves
Sidelines Burnley go international; Northern Ireland consider a summer fling; futsal the saviour; Allen's buzz returns; Scottish financial theatre
Shot! A stadium renaming and plenty of snow at Oldham Athletic v Portsmouth
Harry Pearson column Football supporters love a wild conspiracy theory to explain away a defeat
Focus on Teófilo Cubillas - the Peru star who Scotland underestimated to their peril
Euro view End of a controversial era at Anderlecht; women's game breaking through in Spain
World view Columbus Crew fans fighting to stop their club moving 1,200 miles away
Books Graham Taylor's family dynamic; Klopp's Kop; Lee Howey sings it loud; West Brom's stalwart
Letters Talking of impersonating a footballer...
Season in brief Unprecedented points deductions take their toll throughout League Two

Ross the boss The Scottish MP who moonlights as a referee
Bench unimpressed Relegating star players to substitutes is a ploy that can often backfire for managers
Young enterprise The academy system is damaging the majority of its children's long-term prospects; local coaches are key to Argentina's production line
Spurned lovers The season ticket prices for Tottenham's new ground show how little they value loyalty
Staffs turnover Tamworth focus on community work to attract locals; Stafford Rangers struggle to improve on their mid-life crisis
Match of the month Plastic pitches are gone but not forgotten, with Maidstone and Sutton desperate for their descendants to be accepted as soon as possible
Closed-circuit training Public screenings of matches go back to the 1950s, with beambacks remaining popular
Team Spirit: Sheffield United How cricket nearly stumped Bramall Lane; good times back for the Blades - for now
Language classes From Brazil's cow dribble to doing a "Dundee United" in Nigeria - global football cliches

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