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default Like a London Bus

26/8/2018, 14:31
Like a London bus, nothing for 3½ months then 2 programmes in 6 days ...... So here we go with programme number two on sale at all turnstiles for tomorrow’s home win over Marine featuring...............

1) Ian Wood’s “This Day Then” gets us in the mood with a 6-0 away win in 2001.
2) “Introducing The Dolly Blues” features the footballing career of City’s new striker Matty Blinkhorn.
3) Steve Wright reports on “Netbusters” being over a hundred quid already and reveals new pledges and how his week went.
4) Fr Keefe talks about “What a load of Rubbish” (nothing to do with results btw).
5) His brother Keefe Winder in his “Supporters’ Club” notes reports on the upcoming Fans Forum and his take on the fixtures list.
6) Baz’s “City Chat” tells about recent meetings with the ‘Mariners’, and teams with 100% records.
7) All you need to know about Marine, their players and the two ex-City starts within their ranks.
Cool Travel details for City’s trip to Gainsborough next weekend.
9) “Who remembers” – features Netstretcher magazine, which was produced by two Marine fans in the late ‘70’s early 80’s that got up to a circulation of 5,000.
10) There’s all the latest Evo-Stik fixtures, goalscorers, League tables and news of some league transfers.
11) An introduction to Unique Kids and our fun day.
12) Shane Hudson gives us news from “City Reserves & Academy”.
13) We have Phil Brown’s view on the opening games.

All that plus the NPL Column, Half Time Quiz and Gold Bond winners all for just £2. We’ve even swapped “Gary” for “Craig”

See you tomorrow for record sales, sunny weather and THREE points.
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