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.
HILLSBOROUGH REPORT SPECIAL The findings The families will now ask for justice Court reporting Criminal proceedings could follow Terrace talk The debate on safe standing continues Viewed from afar Forest and Owls fans deserve answers too
Editorial The Hillsborough report has revealed a lot about people’s attitudes towards fans Sidelines Roy Carroll’s revived career; Maradona magic; QPR’s stadium conundrum; the FA plunders West Brom; Llanelli’s worries Shot! Lazio arrive at White Hart Lane to find Tottenham in transition Renewed rivalries The SPL’s first Highlands derby and Rangers face old Glasgow foes at Hampden Highest bidders Smaller Premier League clubs are picking up bargains from abroad Hero worship The disappearance of the fictional football characters from comics and screens Match of the month Newport make the trip to Barrow but the ref gets stuck in traffic Focus on... John McGovern, one of Brian Clough’s stalwarts Word searching Playing Scrabble with your childhood idol Euro view Russian racism; split loyalties in Switzerland; player power in Turkey Skem reading Cup success for a north-west New Town World view Tough times in Argentina; magic Jordan Books Football’s hard man; secret stories; Southall’s standards; diving in to Swans Letters “I’m glad you didn’t include...” Last word When players give the abuse back to fans