The latest edition of the three-time fanzine of the year nominee, popular STAND, goes on sale this coming Saturday.
Football isn’t bigger than being. It’s a sport, a pastime, a hobby, a game. In actual terms it’s never more than that and ultimately it doesn’t matter.
Typical, you wait ages for a fanzine, and then two issues come along in quick succession. It may only be a month since issue 90 of popular STAND, but we’re back again with another edition to soften the blow of having to face the sham of a club that is MK ‘Dons’.
Yes it is award-winning… no it’s not a programme… and yes it is still only £1
Why I’d rather follow a football team looking local than trying to go global.
Latest edition of the FSF Award winning fanzine on sale, Saturday.
Some of us have spent most of our lives treating the support of our team as sentence good behaviour won’t shorten
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.
Worse still is the fashion for people in high places to adopt football interview speak. Our language is in serious trouble.
The moment all footballers look like they should be footballers is the moment our own dreams sadly fade.
Top of the league, playing at home, what could make Saturday even better? How about a new fanzine to read at half-time? Well, assuming you grunted some kind of agreement just then, you’re in luck. The now actual bloody award-winning fanzine is back, with issue 86 of popular STAND on sale at Doncaster Rovers’ home match…
Behold, the two-time almost award-winning fanzine popular STAND is back again. Issue 85 of the fanzine has returned from the printers and is ready to go on sale at Doncaster Rovers’ home match with Leyton Orient on Saturday.