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Euro 2016: Wales back in the big time | Scotland fall short again | Holland's shock collapse
PLUS: Germany – FIFA scandal grows | Advice from Alex Ferguson | Fan activists at Wolves & Huddersfield | Football and steel in Middlesbrough | Howard Kendall remembered | The minnows of Madrid
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 a showdown between ailing side Rotherham United and Oxford United; Paul Knott profiles legendary Hull City player Ian Ashbee; and When Saturday Comes celebrates 25 years of publication by charting the development of the football fanzine in the ‘Culture Wars’ special.
In Euro view, James Eastham explains how France’s big teams are facing a challenge from shrewdly managed underdogs like Lille; Dave Hannigan looks at how Ireland is attracting players from the US; Simon Hart reports how stagnant management and the search for a new home stadium and hasn’t helped Everton out of its sticky fiscal situation; and who should the South Africa Football Association hold to account for its administrative blunders? Paul Geiss asks whether naming-and-shaming will help the SAFA get its house in order.
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