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When Saturday Comes No 425 October 2022

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REGULARS 5 Editorial

The authorities’ distrust of fans is royally clear 6 Sidelines

Cambridge United secure their home; the rise of the player-owner; Fort William start climbing the mountain; fans flock to Norwich Market 12 Shot!

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A bottom of the table clash in the National League as Altrincham take on Scunthorpe United 15 Harry Pearson column ue

Spitting with style is something to be celebrated

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G E T T Y

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G A RY N E I L L

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Bernd Schuster, who stirred up rivalries in Spain 32 World view

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Paul Pogba’s family feud; cross-border support in Bosnia; top-level football returns in Ukraine 40 Books

Rev up 42 Lette

Revisiting the Charlton brothers; how Scotland shook up Spain ; keeping up with change in the Middle East 42 Letters

I’m keep 46 Seaso

I’m keeping the faith – £ million is hard to entirely waste... 46 Season in brief

The title

The title that kicked off Manchester City’s s success

FEATURES 16 Managed decline Scott Parker’s sacking was down to more than a defeat; Graham Potter leaves Brighton fans with a bitter taste 19 Stand accused

A sense of perspective is needed for those who stew on referee grievances 20 Match of the month Harmonious times at Luton Town as the Hatters welcome Wigan Athletic ni

Kenilworth Road, for all its old-fashioned charm, is a dump. It’s our dump, and it can generate an amazing atmosphere, but it’s a dump nonetheless Luton Town v Wigan Athletic p20

26 Minute taker

Time wasting has been elevated to art 29 Object lessons

A team photo of a mysterious Rovers 30 Baller bearings

Why some areas are football hotbeds 36 Team spirit: Swansea

The three men who sum up the Swans; a rollercoaster club to support 39 Blackout blind

The protected kick-off time is at risk

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