The fifth issue of The Square Ball’s 31st season is out now.
Leeds United have entered a period of contentment that is almost unprecedented in the past couple of decades.
The centenary of the Scottish Football Association was not being observed with dignity.
The response to Karen Carney showed that football is still far from equal.
When Kevo died in December 2019, the Yorkshire Evening Post printed his friends’ memories of a roadie most of us didn’t know was the Kop Cat. But there were one or two details best left out of a family newspaper.
Is everything the FA Cup’s fault?
We asked one of football’s top analytical minds for their detailed insight into mid-table Leeds United’s crisis season.
You’ve got no money, the pubs are shut, and all the game are on pay-TV. Is football going to lose the love of its next generation?
Raphinha was worth waiting for.