Thomas Wyer believes that the modern game has a problem, and it’s emphasised by the lack of black managers.
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Devon Rowcliffe returns with the second part of his look at the top ten English football clubs to have embraced fan ownership.
Devon Rowcliffe sifts his way through some of the English football clubs that are now governed by their supporters.
Sam Hall discusses the return of Stewart Downing to Middlesborough and wether this illustrates an increase in power for Championship clubs.
Andrew Lawrence reports on the sad story of Watford fan Nic Cruwys who was attacked and beaten after attending a game two weeks ago.
Oli Baise discusses the work permit issue that can often put a spanner in the works for transfers involving promising young players.
Owen Peters sings the praises of Wycombe Wanderers for their continued acknowledgement of the first World War.
Joe Baker looks at Portsmouth who have finally come out the other side of a miserable period in their history.
Jim Keoghan looks at club ownership in the lower tiers of English league football.
Nathaniel Shaughnessy discusses safe standing as the movement to have it brought in the English grounds gathers pace.