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Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Dark clouds lifted as men’s football thirds seal title

After defeat last year in the same situation, the football thirds changed their fortunes this year.

An appraisal of the English Football League

The English Football League can often get lost amongst the Premier League's hype but offers some of the best action and atmosphere in Europe.

Roberto Di Matteo’s axing: Not as unfair as we think

Matt Gibson thinks that Roman Abramovich is not as mad as he seems. For the most part...

Is Gareth Southgate the right man for England?

With Gareth Southgate's appointment as England manager looking more imminent by the day, Andrew Williams considers whether the former Middlesbrough boss is the right man for England.

Can Scotland regain its football influence?

Staff Writer Andrew Morris examines Scottish football’s decline and possible ways out of the abyss

Football steals the show with Can’t Walk 2017

Caitlin Lewis reviews Can't Walk 2017, the annual men's football club fashion show, which once again stole the show.

Merci Arsene: A retrospective on one of English football’s most influential...

Editor-in-Chief pays homage to Arsene Wenger, who recently announced he would be stepping down as manager of Arsenal at the end of the season.

Record Numbers Return for Preseason

On 3rd September the sports centre opened for preseason training. It is the 5th year that the Atheltic Union has run this week, and...

The unpopular rise of RB Leipzig

Red Bull Leipzig currently sit third in the Bundesliga in their first campaign since promotion. However, their success has not gone down well with German football purists.

Milk, Scousers and Depression: The Rise of Accrington Stanley

“Accrington Stanley. Who are they?” On Tuesday 17 April 2018, the entire English football league knew who Accrington Stanley were, as the small Lancashire club...