Working for Burnley FC's media department, I went behind the scenes to see the work that goes into the match day programme and website for the Clarets fans... 

Will all elite clubs soon be like Barcelona selling their own match rights?
Could a change in broadcasting rights and the continuation of social media growth affect the world of football and how it is reported?

When you ask most fans what the future of football broadcasting is, many overlook the most important issues of revenue, social media and broadcasting rights.
Financial benefits could see artificial pitches replace grass surfaces

They were banned in 1988 because they were accused of causing injury and lowering the standard of football being played on them, but could artificial pitches be making a comeback to English football?

If some Football League clubs get their own way, this could be the case. Wycombe Wanderers and Accrington Stanley are two clubs keen to introduce new measures in a bid to cut costs and increase revenue.
Championship new boys, Peterborough United, headed up to St Andrews for a mid-table clash this weekend with the Posh looking to end Birmingham's unbeaten home start to the season.

I was at the game, in the away end, and documented my day...
Ferguson recently celebrated 25 years at Old Trafford

Amid the controversy of Sepp Blatter's comments about racism over the last few days, Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, has spoken of his shock at racism in top flight football.

The Scottish manager, who recently celebrated twenty-five years at Old Trafford, says he cannot believe race rows still occur in the Premier League.
As Gameweek nine of the 2011/2012 Premier League season comes to an end, it's time to look at the stand-out performers based on their 'Fantasy Football' value.

Whether you compete against your friends on the official Premier League game or have a work league on The Sun's website, the majority of football fans across the country will raise a cheeky smile when their 'Fantasy Captain' bags a hat-trick or when their best mate's goalkeeper lets in a 95th minute howler...
Brighton have impressed so far in the Championship
As the International break halts the progress of English football's top tier, we take a look at the clubs who have made impressive starts to their league campaign and focus on the key players who are vital if their current form is set to continue.
Aguero began his career at Argentinian club side Independiente
Two goals on debut for a striker at any level would be considered impressive, but netting twice on your Premier League debut whilst attempting to justify your massive £38 million price tag is exceptional.

Sergio (Kùn) Aguero did just that on his Manchester City debut as well as creating a goal for Spanish international, David Silva, in a 4-0 win over Premier League new-boys, Swansea City.
Violence flared in Tottenham on Saturday after the death of Mark Duggan
England v Holland is just one of the many games postponed after riots broke out all over London this week, with future fixtures still at risk of cancellations.

The international friendly, which was due to take place on Wednesday at Wembley, has been called off following three nights of rioting, which began in Tottenham on Saturday.
England are favourites to progress from Group H
England will face Montenegro, Ukraine, Poland, Moldova, and San Marino in Group H when they bid to qualify for the 2014 World Cup finals in Brazil. 

None of the sides England will face in Group H feature in the top fifteen teams of FIFA's World Rankings so we take a closer look at the nations England must conquer to qualify for the 2014 World Cup.