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
I think I’m also tired of football. Maybe – and hopefully – not the actual game, but I’m tired of so many aspects of it.Read More On being tired of football
Create your own ‘fixtures release day’ news story with this handy pre-written template.Read More Every ‘Fixture Release Day’ article you’ve ever read.
Though I’ve grown up, though I’ve managed to get through school and university, through several jobs – some good, some awful – and hold down an actual relationship, football has, whether I like it or not, consumed my life.Read More On Contemplating Life Without Football
Top of the league, a packed Belle Vue and Gregg Blundell wheeling away to reveal a torso so white it could make an albino blush with jealousy.Read More On Boxing Day Football
Being the last goalscorer at an old ground, or the first scorer at a new one is a very finite honour; one of few in football from which you can never be displaced.Read More Moving the Goalposts: Last and First Stadium Goalscorers
With the former German international Thomas Hitzlsperger, and then Gainsborough Trinity’s Liam Davies, bravely taking the decision to publically state their homosexuality last week there was much subsequent mumbling about how the macho, laddish world of football would handle the news. The fear was that most footballers and football fans simply wouldn’t be able to […]Read More On Passion in Football
As it’s getting close to Christmas we thought we’d offer you a treat by sharing one of the recent articles from our print fanzine online. In Issue 61 the Godfather of Doncaster Rovers fanzine writing and respected Voice of the Pop Side John Coyle turned his attention to the Sheffield & Hallamshire County Cup, and […]Read More Voice of the Pop Side: The Sheffield County Cup