When Saturday Comes is Britain's leading independent football magazine. Launched in 1986, it aims to provide a voice for intelligent football supporters, offering both a serious and humorous view of the sport. WSC has always sought to include contributions from readers as well as a number of football journalists and award-winning authors. In each issue we aim to cover most of the major topics that fans are likely to talk about.
Editorial Roy Hodgson should be judged on ability, not how he compares to Harry Redknapp Sidelines Crass comments make the news; Kettering’s home from home; Olympic football at Coventry; Ross County rise; playing fair with finances; from Norway to Accrington; the Dave Whelan Show Shot! Fleetwood on the brink of League football Relegation contenders Wolves waste away; Doncaster fail test Up the Creek Alan Davies attracts the ire of Liverpool fans for his remarks about Hillsborough FA Cup half full Watching the Cup final over 50 years Wembley way Bombastic build-up at the national stadium European market UEFA’s footage impresses more than the England sticker book Focus on... Terry Paine’s 20-year career As good as it got Perugia went unbeaten in 1978-79 but still failed to win the Serie A title Young enterprise Apprentice firing time and the south-coast development centre making the kids alright Euro view Sweden’s north country boys; Turkey’s new league creates havoc among the big four World view Ballboys in Brazil; serving South Korea Keeping up appearances When outfield players go between the posts and goalies go up front Books Glorifying Guardiola; two decades of the Premier League; Celtic chronicled; the gospel of John Dennis Letters Dear WSC, as much as it pains me to say... Last word Playing Championship Manager is not the same as managing in the Championship
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