Well done to The Football Pink team on another sterling release that builds on the creativity and insights of the magazine's first two issues.
Once more the release reads well and carries a nice and authentic vibe even as a digital zine. The highlights for me in terms of the writing was Martin Cloake's piece on the mighty Dulwich Hamlet and Alex Stewart's 'Working Class Chronicles'.
My only complaint—not worthy of losing a star over mind—is that the list of contributors for issue three has shrunk slightly compared to issue two, but considering the girth of many of the articles on offer, such a reduction is understandable. A thoroughly good read throughout.