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Wednesday, November 20, 2019

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...

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.

The Premier League finale: a preview

Miro Ralston looks at the three matches that will ultimately decide who will be crowned Premier League victors

Culture lessons for foreign players a farce

If you were whisked away to a club in Malaysia in a deadline day loan move, it is distinctly possible that you may not be immediately aware that your neck tattoo could be incredibly offensive

Football club going from strength to strength under guidance of Stuart...

Since his appointment in 2011 as the Director of Football, Stuart Milne has headed the University football programme, and transformed the clubs structure. He...

Tackling mental health in football

Priyam Pokhrel looks into what programs and initiatives are being put in place to help footballers cope with any issues regarding mental health.

Dundee score four to take Varsity Crown

St Andrews took on Dundee in the annual Varsity fixtures in the football. Deputy editor Andrew Sinclair reported on how events unfolded in the rain.

Exploiters of space: football’s final frontier

Charlie Wood explores the reasons footballers like Frank Lampard and Thomas Mueller have become so important in the modern game, and how they make it look so easy

Are the skies looking blue once more for Parma?

Alex Hayes looks at the rise of Parma, who have put bankruptcy behind them and seem well on the way to achieving success once more.

Cup Heartbreak as Saints Crash Out on Penalties

A cup match is one which any football fan looks forward to. There’s a reason why everyone always refers to the magic of the...