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Even More Pages In The Programme

6 March 2013

This weekend’s edition of the award-winning matchday programme, The One And Only, will have even more pages in it!

As part of the new manager’s first home game at Deepdale, we have a 92-page edition of the publication, packed with even more interviews that ever before.

We have the very first programme notes by Simon Grayson, as well as a six page extended interview with the new North End boss. We also have an interview with Glynn Snodin and a poster of the pair here at Deepdale.

We have interviews with Club skipper John Mousinho, John Welsh and Paul Connolly, with the former revealing that it was all down to his ‘in labour’ wife that he played in the home game versus Bournemouth, last time out at Deepdale.

Joe Garner, answers your questions sent in via facebook and Twitter (@pnefc), whilst Declan Rudd takes on the latest round of questions in the ‘Starter For Ten’ quiz, looking to keep the players’ lead at the top of the table.

Scott Laird talks about his comeback from injury and his time at Stevenage, whilst his former team-mate and Boro skipper Mark Roberts is interviewed as part of a dozen pages devoted to Saturday’s visitors.

We start the run in to our top ten greatest PNE goalscorers and our top ten clean sheet keepers by moving to two of each in the final run of programmes, this weekend featuring Mike Elwiss, Steve Elliott, Alan Kelly Jnr and Carlo Nash.

We also have all the best action pictures from the last three games, plus a special feature on Will Hayhurst and all the shots from the recent corporate Player Sponsors’ event held in the Invincibles Pavilion and Deepdale.

All this and much, much more is available in the official League One programme of the year for 2013 and it is still just £3! You can buy it online from , or it will be in store at Deepdale from Friday afternoon and, of course, on sale inside and outside of the ground on matchday, so don’t miss out on a collectors’ item as the Simon Grayson era begins at Deepdale.

Tickets for the game are on general sale now; make sure you get down to Deepdale and support the team with the Club’s ticketing and retail store open until 5pm Thursday, 6pm Friday and on matchday the Sir Tom Finney Stand ticket office will open from 9am until 15 minutes after kick-off for on the day sales in all areas.

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