Doncaster Rovers' horror season under Ken Richardson which saw the club relegated from the Football League has been retold in a national football magazine.
When Saturday Comes magazine has revisited the hellish 1997-98 season in this month's publication, looking back to when Rovers won just four games, finished bottom of the entire Football League and were relegated into non-league amid a backdrop of fan protests and supporter anger.
The magazine's regular Season In Brief column tells how during the course of the season under controversial club "benefactor" Richardson, Rovers shipped a staggering 113 goals, scoring just 30 and taking until their 21st fixture to win a game.
Writer Kevin Bowker also explores how the club became the first team in any division to lose 34 matches in a season, the mis-management that saw Richardson jailed after a bungled plot to burn down Belle Vue and the disastrous six games in charge under Danny Bergara, one of five managers at Rovers during 1997-98.
* The full article is available in this month;s February edition of When Saturday Comes, on sale at £3.50.