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When Saturday Comes No 438 January 2024

Contents

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REGULARS 5 Editorial

Multi-club ownership is creating a Premier League split 6 Sidelines

Concern at local media cuts; Bradford’s non-League scene; one Suffolk charity’s cross-generation aim; tribute to Terry Venables 12 Shot!

Lye Town welcome Gresley Rovers to the Black Country 15 Harry Pearson column

Not all Premier League trends will trickle down

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A L A M Y

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CO L I N M C P H E R S O N

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S I M O N G

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M AT T L I T T L E R

24 The perfect shot

Leicester City kick back on their new club coach in 1974 38 World view

Luxembourg dreaming big; troubled times for Basel

40 Books

Les Sealey’s story; revisiting 1966; Jim White’s transfer deadline day tales

42 Letters

Perhaps it was just a scrumpyinduced dream... 46 Season in brief

QPR win Division Three in 1967

FEATURES 16 Conflict management

Palestine players speak out; Hungary play host to Israel’s fixture catch-up 18 High performance

The authorities may not yet have scratched the surface of doping 20 Match of the month

Stevenage are enjoying life in League One as they host Lincoln City 26 Hype man

No one has defined the “whoop-up”, but you know one when you see it

A sparse smattering of Stevenage fans begin to wave their lit-up mobile phones like fireflies. As a spectacle, it’s not exactly Tina Turner playing live in Rio Stevenage v Lincoln City p20

28 Thursday club

On tour with Brighton for a Europa League group stage adventure 29 Points panel

Why Everton fans are feeling punished 30 Goal rush

How a very unlikely scoreline earned Spain their place at Euro 84 33 Object lessons

An ordinary penny from a special day 34 Team spirit: Sunderland

A first trip to the Stadium of Light; the club’s troubled times in League One

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