Sunday, 26 October 2014

The Changing Face of Football

One day, as sombre as it may seem, both you and I will expire and cease to exist. It is a fact; the elapsing of time brings an end to everything. Sir Alex Ferguson stepped down from his role as manager of Manchester United, and the heat is gradually leaving my accompanying cup of tea as I type these words. These events are the result of the continuation of time, no matter whether it is decades or minutes.

Time – in the world of football – conjures and cements relationships between clubs and fans, allowing new generations to form an intense bond with the planet’s most thrilling and beautiful sport. However, just as the night smothers the day, the game’s immediate future shall inevitably be, in many years to come, shadowed with doubt. 


In case you were wondering why this post is so short, it is because the above is a brief extract from my article which features in the sixth issue of The Football Pink, the most intriguing and the most unique of football magazines you will find on the Internet. To read the full article, which features Charles Dickens, a barber and a mysterious man on a beach, refer to the link below. Available in both print and in the form of a digital download, TFP can be easily purchased by visiting the website (you can follow @TheFootballPink on Twitter, too):

Whether you wish to flick through it casually, or read it religiously from cover to cover, you simply will not regret purchasing a copy. Enjoy! 

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