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Editorial: We need to stop relying on football to get us through

It’s not a particularly funny issue of popular STAND fanzine, this one. It has its moments don’t get me wrong, and I don’t want to discredit those who’ve submitted lighter pieces, but I feel it’s only fair to call it up front. 1,038 more words

Popular STAND Fanzine

Supporters Direct New Crowdfunding Platform Is Here!

We’re delighted to share our brand new crowdfunding platform to help you Build A Winning Club.

Our platform enables communities to raise capital for projects around their clubs, which could include ownership. 166 more words

Why can't we just enjoy winning?

There’s a great photo of Liam Mandeville’s free-kick against Grimsby, taken just as the ball strikes the inside of the post. Goalkeeper already flailing, the South Stand is a blanket of expectant faces; rows of mouths all caught in the early stages of guttural roars or yells of acknowledgement of the ball’s inevitable nestling in the back of the net. 950 more words

Popular STAND Fanzine

Reasons to be cheerful

It’s been positive start to the season for Rovers, which has in turn brought a surreal matchday optimism to the Keepmoat. For most of us this has been a novel, and rather pleasant, paradigm shift, following the relentless dread and anguish that has plagued recent years. 1,072 more words

Popular STAND Fanzine

Jangan Pusing Melihat Sikap Suporter Sepakbola

Terkadang, mereka sangat mudah membenci, namun mudah pula mencintai. 899 more words

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The Sporting Quality Of Mercy

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Brentford’s man-mountain, skipper and Player of the Year, Harlee Dean

To be frank, it was a bit of mismatch. Our young defender against a bigger, faster, wilier centre forward.  799 more words

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Choose Your Enemy

In April 1989, South Yorkshire Police decided to give control of the FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest to a man with no experience of handling an event of anywhere near such magnitude. 1,451 more words

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