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Digital Issue 368

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Issue 368 (May 2022)

Published online at the end of April, this is the full-colour digital version of the 64-page print edition. It can be accessed online until the end of May, and also downloaded as a pdf file any time, after which it will be replaced by Issue 368b, with Issue 368c following at the end of June.  

So what's in it?

Which unlucky Championship club this season was obliged to play its final home game of the season on a Friday evening, rather than the scheduled Saturday? The same one messed around by Sky all season, that's who. QPR, in other words. Not that the game itself had much riding on it for us, with Rangers' form having fallen off a cliff in recent weeks - all of which we comment on in various ways.

 

Elsewhere, Ray Eaton reviews a new book on the life and career of Don Howe, John O'Mahony reflects on being back inside Loftus Road once again after eighteen months of football being played behind closed doors, and explains why he was shaking a bucket outside the ground on Easter Monday. In separate articles, Ray recalls an inspired choice of opponent for Simon Barker's testimonial some years back, while John concludes his two-part feature on former club photographer John Brough. 

And as always, there's plenty more besides...