Next season, I hope for the return of gigantic sideboards, like what George Best and Malcolm Macdonald used to have.
Fans have no money left for books and they can look it up online, anyway.
It is a magical story, that a tiny archipelago came to dominate a world sport - but now the West Indies board owes £27m.
Pencils at the ready - Hunter Davies has prepared a simple test to split the fakers from the true fans.
Can we learn something about redistribituion and fairness from the land of corporate Darwinism?
The extraordinary support is one of the main reasons why people aspire to run the London Marathon. Where else will you have strangers scream your name as though you were famous?
He was doing something I’d never seen before in Kentish Town Baths, and I’ve been going for over 40 years.
Instead of playing to win, politicians are seeking not to lose.
In a way, football is democratic - your looks don't matter as much as your ability. So why is such a huge part of loving it hating the players?
Champion of Europe? Not these days. Hunter Davies explains some of the reasons England aren't quite the footballing force they once were.
"The fact that the majority of players in any Premiership game these days are foreign, and so many of them black, does not seem to have had an appreciable effect on the faces in the crowd."
Where have all the Scottish managers gone? This week, Hunter Davies seeks an intern to count them.
If this kind of performance is what you get after six months of dedicated planning, then less planning sounds good to me.
"Wenger sat there silently, on the verge of a seizure."
This looks set to be a minimalist budget - but not all is as it seems, and opposition Ed Balls would do well to veer away from it sooner rather than later.
The conflict between instict and reason has left me having a small domestic disagreement in my head.
Football, where the dirty cockney and the whippet handler live on.
Biographies by Hugo Borst and Maarten Meijer get to know Manchester United's new manager.
Scarcely 2 per cent of our top players are privately educated: yet a whopping 7 per cent of the nation’s children go to private schools. So unfair. Something has to be done.
The racist behaviour of a tiny minority of fans should not poison the spirit of a club that has always attracted loyalty from all over the world.
"I am delighted until I see that the paper has spelled my name, at the end of the column, 'Nicholas Zloozman'."
"Appreciation for Afghanistan’s cricketing achievements is perhaps the only thing that links the government with Taliban forces."
Self-improvement isn’t about making our best better – but about making our worst less bad.
Eleven hours of the beautiful game on one day: is it enough?
When Morocco withdrew from hosting the African Cup of Nations, citing Ebola fears, Equatorial Guinea stepped in. But at what cost?
I can think of only two players in my lifetime – who played long before the birth of the Prem – who did manage to make real money after their playing days.
It’s not just the money – Ultimate Fighting Championship has appreciated that women aren’t good fighters considering their gender. They’re simply good fighters.
Hunter Davies's "The Fan".
What does it mean to sign a local lad?
In the space of two decades, English football has gone from a localised game rooted in working-class communities to a globalised brand controlled by the markets, excluding many of its loyal fans. But those fans are still there and they are fighting back.