The golden age of football magazines was undoubtedly the period between the late 1960s and early 1970s, although in the game’s renaissance in the early 1990s, a spate of publications came onto the market, many of which have since bitten the dust. Over the past 40-odd years, the following 10 magazines/publications should have been on your reading list at some point: 1-      Soccer Star. Not necessarily the best written of all the publications, but very much of its time. If you wanted a magazine that featured the likes of Bobby Ham as its cover star, this was it. Fairly democratic, was Soccer Star. 2-      Goal. Started out in 1968, included such ghost-written gems as Bobby Charlton’s Diary. Goal had excellent pieces like Leslie Vernon’s…