The Football Pink is back with Issue 11.
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So what’s inside our newest offering?
– The lost histories of Dutch football
– The humble roots of Jimmy Dunne and Jamie Vardy
– The killing of Sandor Szucs
– Playing the Jean-Paul Sartre way
– Football and the novels of Irvine Welsh
– Have the Old Firm missed the Premier League boat forever?
– The fanzine scene
– Britain’s European glory days remembered through programmes
– Leeds United’s second wasted 44 days
– The Elephant that never forgot
– Dylan, Shakespeare and Sheffield FC
– How supporting Everton in the 90s went from ambivalence to fervour
– Canada’s road to football enlightenment
– The renaissance on South Tyneside
– How Premier League clubs have forgotten the lower leagues
– Rio de Janeiro’s peripheral trailblazers
– James Montague interview
– Paying respects; have we gone too far?