The Ipswich Town programme features our new boss Sol Campbell on the front cover as he gets ready to take charge of his first Southend United fixture.
The main interview in the latest edition of Roots Review is with Isaac Hutchinson, who scored his first league goal with a free-kick against Doncaster on Tuesday. The 19-year-old talks about his place in the team, on his goal and the first few days of training with under the new manager.
As always, the front cover is enlarged inside which can be pulled out into a poster.
Usual features include a Junior Blues quiz, an in-depth look at the opposition, some Quickfire Questions with former Tractor Boy Luke Hyam, a feature on our previous visits to Ipswich, and a bit of history about their ground from SUFC History, and the Shrimpers Trust’s column which looks at some of the fundraising schemes they run.
SUEPA corner announces the inaugural Southend United Hall Of Fame evening, which will see a host of ex-players get together to talk all things Blues as well as another nice feature with Peter Goy on his time at Blues.
Tomorrow's programme will be on sale for £3 from the matchday magazine hut and the sellers from the Roots Review branded trolleys.