It’s official, The One And Only is the best programme in League One!
Revered programme magazine, Programme Monthly, announced in its January edition that the Preston North End matchday programme was the best overall for the Football League’s second tier, beating Coventry City and Scunthorpe United into the runners-up slots.
Writing about our publication in Programme Monthly, the review said: “’The One And Only’ looks good and lives up to its presentation when you get down to the nitty gritty of the content. It is simple, but classy, with the coverage of recent matches especially appealing with player quotes and team graphics.
“The section on the opposition is well thought out and comprehensive, with a strong finish of history pages at the end. You can tell the issue has been put together with care and attention to detail.”
There is further compliment for the magazine on the inside back in the publication’s ‘Taking Issue’ feature, which analyses FA Cup second round programmes, taking a look at North End’s effort for the Gillingham game.
It reads: “The One And Only receives much praise elsewhere in this edition of Programme Monthly and it’s easy to see why. Preston North End for the visit of Gillingham was 84pp perfect bound, B5, £3, packed full of well-written regular pages and also recognised the occasion.
“’Get With The Programme!’ included covers from 1954 and 1964, and players’ memories from past ties were amongst the contents. PNE won 2-0.”
This weekend you can get a bang up-to-date edition of The One And Only, containing pictures, reaction and statistics from Thursday night’s game.
Print was held to include the manager’s thoughts and action from the JPT game, so it is only now being printed!
This week’s packed 84-page, perfect bound edition of the matchday programme has an extended interview with Lee Holmes, exclusive interviews with new signings Luke Foster and Joe Garner, more player thoughts from John Mousinho and David Buchanan.
We also have Thorsten Stuckmann answering your questions and Luke Foster taking part in our quiz with Swifty the Swift and the Deepdale Duck!
Our extensive away section features an interview with Saddlers’ skipper Andy Butler, a chat with former North End and Walsall striker Jon Macken and four match reviews of the last four first team games.
Our historical features include an interview with Howard Kendall, a great photo from our game against Spurs 60 years ago, plus profiles of great goalkeeper Herbert Taylor and record goals in a season man Ted Harper.
All this and much, much more for just £3, available from Saturday afternoon at the Club shop, online at MyPNE.Com and then on Sunday, around the ground from our sellers inside and outside Deepdale.