Bryan Robson is the cover star of Match as the race the reach the 1990 World Cup reaches the final stages.
Match reviews games involving the home nations, noting that England have traditionally struggled in September during the 1980s.
The recent Old Firm game gets a double page spread, a 1-1 draw which saw Mo Johnston jeered throughout by Celtic fans.
John Gregory has just been appointed Portsmouth manager, and is determined to take them back to the top flight, and might even come out of retirement to play for them at the age of 35.
Joe McLaughlin has recently left Chelsea to join Charlton, and is hoping the move will earn him a place in the Scotland squad.
In world news, Feyenoord manager Pim Verbeek has threatened to resign after a violent pitch invasion by fans, just two weeks into his reign.
This magazine is ad heavy, with products being advertised by Nigel Clough, John Aldridge and Steve McMahon.