The second issue of The Square Ball’s 30th season is available to buy now online, or from one of our friendly sellers outside Elland Road before home games, after first going on sale before we make one or two things clear to Derby County.

£1.50 for the digital version or £2.50 (plus postage) for a paper copy gets you 72 full-colour pages of brilliant Leeds United related words and pictures, from some amazing writers, artists and photographers.

If you want to try before you buy, this article by Rob Conlon, an interview with Simon Grayson about Jermaine Beckford, is free to read without a subscription.

TSB is a proper magazine, for Leeds fans, that was shortlisted for the eighth year in a row for The Football Supporters’ Federation Fanzine of The Year Award. We’ve won twice but didn’t win again this year (congratulations to Doncaster’s Popular Stand), but we’re the only fanzine to have been shortlisted every year of the award, so it’s got to be worth two quid, right?

For one pound a month digital subscribers get a pdf version of the mag, all new articles online, and access to more than 80 back issues, going back to 2009.

Subscribers can read all the new articles on our website, handy on the phone on the bus to the match or when you’re skiving at work.

Just log in and go to Subscriber Articles from the menu, or follow the links below.

Don’t forget we have loads of quality merch for sale, from hoodies and sweaters to t-shirts and mugs with ¡LEEDS CARAJO! on them — as used by Marcelo Bielsa. Get all that here.

We’ve a new podcast too — as well as the TSB Podcast, we’re doing The Extra Ball every week. Details on that are here.

Thanks as always for supporting The Square Ball — we hope you enjoy reading the mag. ◉

(cover artwork by Damien Quinn)

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Tuesday 29th September, 1998

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What about the team Graham picked for the UEFA Cup first round game at Maritimo?

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“I knew he’d work for me” — Grayson on Beckford

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The Last Word: The Art of Ourselves: Part Two

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Andy McVeigh’s painted junction boxes don’t just celebrate Leeds United; they share a passion that everyone can enjoy.