We don’t have to be happy with where we are just because no-one’s tried to set fire to the ground in two decades… but we must be realistic in our progress.Read More Editorial: When did we become so intolerable of averageness?
To what extent is the media to blame for the monopolisation of our football fandom?Read More Why ‘churnalism’ will be the death of club reporting
Why I’d rather follow a football team looking local than trying to go global.Read More On visiting markets over cracking markets
Some of us have spent most of our lives treating the support of our team as sentence good behaviour won’t shortenRead More Why can’t we just enjoy winning?
On Monday 15 September 1975, Balderstone became the only one to play in a County Championship cricket match and a Football League fixture on the same day.Read More Chris Balderstone, the last great footballing cricketer
Of course, everyone has a right to voice their opinions, and in spite of the exceedingly regular threats that he ‘won’t be bothering coming back here again’ he’s continued to take his seat.Read More Reasons to be cheerful
Worse still is the fashion for people in high places to adopt football interview speak. Our language is in serious trouble.Read More Why is everyone talking like a footballer?
The moment all footballers look like they should be footballers is the moment our own dreams sadly fade.Read More Where have all the bald, fat footballers gone?
Yeovil’s ground is the only one in England named after the noise a bus makes when it stops.Read More Five Reasons to Hate Yeovil Town
If the FA Cup can’t be guaranteed protection, then lesser competitions become rife for experimentation under a flimsy ruse of being somehow for a greater goodRead More Dab Cams and Dud Cups; on the FA’s Failing of Lower League Clubs