Student journalism from the University of Derby. Reporting by [Reporter 1], [Reporter 2], [Reporter 3] and [Reporter 4].
Mansfield Town held an ‘Active Minds’ session last week. It’s a continuation of their mental health awareness programme. Aaron Curry went to find out more.
The Coronavirus pandemic has put a stop to many of our favourite pastimes- with football being no exception. Our two Premier League sides here in Manchester have been playing their part in the fight against COVID-19, transforming their stadium car-parks into drive-thru testing centres. But how can a club significantly lower down in the football pyramid help out? Liam Towey reports…
Champions League to non-league, Marc Antoine-Fortune has had a rollercoaster career across Europe. Now playing his football at Chesterfield Football Club, Andre Henrique went to look at why Fortune took the step down.
Football the nation’s favourite pastime is awash with money at the top level. But away from the Premier League financial troubles leave clubs on the brink. A debt the size of a day’s wage for some elite players has left National League North side Nuneaton Borough on the verge of extinction.
Thomas Smith visited Liberty Way to see what the future holds.
Non-league side Ilkeston Town are aiming to end their season on a high as they prepare for cup action in the semi-final of the MFL League Cup. Our reporter Harry Worgan has the latest ahead of the clash.