And the September issue is full of in-depth features about your favourite clubs and personalities.
Our cover star is Dave Busst, whose Solihull Borough side are challenging for Dr Martens Premier Division status.
Busst tells us about Borough's most important summer signing, a team of experts who've turned the Damson Park pitch into a lush playing surface, and why his dad John is still a key influence.
Ex-Birmingham City midfielder Richard Forsyth recalls his non-League glory years with Kidderminster Harriers - and why he thought he'd never make it in the pro game.
We also focus on the FA women's development centre at Loughborough University and Nuneaton Borough's desperate search for a plush new home.
Grass Roots is available now at your newsagents for pounds 1.25 or for subscription details call 0121 236 3366.
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|Publication:||Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England)|
|Date:||Sep 30, 2001|
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