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When Saturday Comes/FFC Promo

The latest issue of When Saturday Comes, The Half Decent Football Magazine is on special offer for just 795 points from the Football Fans Census Reward programme.

Stocked in the best newsagents across the land, WSC first appeared in March 1986, the post-Heysel era, when football was getting virtually no credible coverage. The aim of WSC has always been to provide a voice for the discerning football fan - trying to offer both a serious and humorous view of football, covering the game in the UK and abroad.

In each edition WSC tries to cover football from all angles, from eyebrow-raising

takeovers in the Premier League to the latest exploits of AFC Wimbledon.

WSC is on special offer as part of the FFC Reward programme. Click here to find out more. (www.footballfanscensus.com/wscoffer/)



This months Editorial:

Match of the month QPR v Doncaster Rovers 'Whatever has has changed at Loftus Road it hasn't trickled down to the fans'

The entertainment game History of the Showbiz XI. When football and music mix

Respect for officials Footballers try to be nice to refs. Stop swearing in the north-east.

Around the world Mark Bosnich returns. Russian League revamp. Brazil`s Olympic flop. Football and war in Georgia

Plus Life inside Chelsea. The return of the long throw-in. Gretna start again. Anyone for Premier League motor racing?

WSC is on special offer as part of the FFC Reward programme. Click here to find out more. (www.footballfanscensus.com/wscoffer/)

Writer:Site Staff
Date:Friday September 26 2008
Time: 6:39PM

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beating QPR is actually a better win than it looks.......
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06/10/2008 12:33:00
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