Make sure you pick up the first copy of the matchday programme at tomorrow’s game against Blackpool!
With a striking front cover, designed by Dashfire Design which includes various elements depicted which are synonymous of the two locations, three players from both sides and ‘Battle of the Seasiders’ emblazoned in the middle of the two managers, tomorrow’s cover is an ambitious start to our 2019/20 programme which will see many different arty designs throughout the season.
The other 67 pages have also had a fresh overhaul of content and design.
Kevin Bond writes his programme notes, a captain’s column returns from Mark Milligan, the player interview this week is loan signing Layton Ndukwu and there’s a nine pages on our visitors.
On page 37 there’s an obituary, written by Peter Miles, of the late Justin Edinburgh who came through the youth team at Blues and signed his first professional deal under manager Paul Clark back in 1988.
Elsewhere, Stephen Humphrys answers some quickfire questions, there’s updates from the U18 and U23 sides and a new double-page feature with the ever-growing SUEPA – check out ‘SUEPA Corner’ which has a Q&A with former midfielder Julian Hails plus loads more!
The programme is available at the usual price of £3 from the Roots Review branded trolleys around the ground and the sellers at half-time!
Make sure you don’t miss out!