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Latest issue:

Euro 2016 review – England exit in confusion | Marvellous month for Wales | Portugal: teamwork triumphs | Germany just short again | Irish targets achieved | France’s positive defeat | From Bilic to Shearer: TV coverage analysed

Plus – Chile retain the Copa America | Taking on Europe in 1973 | World Cup 1966 memorabilia



Since its launch in 1986, the aim of When Saturday Comes has always been to provide a voice for intelligent football fans. Each issue features contributions from readers as well as professional journalists. WSC offers both a serious and humorous view of football, covering all the topics that fans are likely to talk about. The magazine has become recognised as a source of informed comment on all aspects of the game.

The Match of the Month in the trial issue features Wigan trying to adjust to life as the team to beat in League One, rather than perennial Premier League underdogs; Alex Anderson examines the strange trends in footballers’ tattoos and Bob Weatherill wonders when amateur coaches are going to learn to keep quiet. Jon Spurling looks at the multi-record-breaking strikers of the 1935-36 Division One season, while Phil Ball explains David Moyes’s struggles in the Basque region and the Football League gets a rebrand.

In Euro View Richard Mills takes a trip to Croatia’s Adriatic Coast, which provides a beautiful backdrop for two contrasting clubs; World View includes a war of words between fans and police in Australia, Uruguay’s “big two” look like they are making a comeback and Hong Kong fail to keep their match with China low-key. Harry Pearson remembers famous moments and not much else, the sticker market hots up and Crystal Palace get ready for US investment.

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