"Since its launch in 1986, the aim of When Saturday Comes has always been to provide a voice for intelligent football fans. Each issue features contributions from readers as well as professional journalists. WSC offers both a serious and humorous view of football, covering all the topics that fans are likely to talk about. The magazine has become recognised as a source of informed comment on all aspects of the game. The trial issue includes Match of the Month, Man Utd visit Fulham and are comprehensively beaten; Portsmouth pandemonium, Sarah Gilmore attempts to understand the club's rapid decline; and in an effort to control crowd trouble the Argentine authorities have embarked on a unique experiment. In Euro View, Djordje Nikolic looks at crowd control problems in Serbia; Gavin Willacy looks at two Italian clubs' abrupt collapse; once famous for their successes in Europe, Celta Vigo have suffered a dramatic reversal of fortunes, James Calder explains; and Itay Goder reports on a familiar face at Israel's Maccabi Nazareth"