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Sean Gregan In TOAO

31 October 2013

This weekend’s edition of The One And Only is one not to be missed with former skipper Sean Gregan’s excellent second column for ‘The Last Word’.

The former PNE No.6 talks about previous battles with Tranmere, Ronnie Moore and Steve Basham, as well as looking forward to the first round of the FA Cup.

His is not the only former player to feature in this edition of the matchday programme, with former defender Jeff Wrightson reminiscing about his time at Deepdale and about ‘that’ goal in the League Cup against Scarborough now almost 25 years ago!

Back to the present and North End’s on loan keeper Declan Rudd is the main interviewee and he speaks about the season so far, his summer away at the Euro U21 tournament and about the loneliness of being a goalkeeper.

We have all the usual features with Chris Humphrey picking his best XI, Keith Keane and David Buchanan tackling the first and lasts and the desert island disc questions, whilst we also continue our look back to the great ‘Old Invincibles’ side from 125 years ago.

On top of that we have 13 pages of content devoted to our visitors from the Wirral, with all sorts of features, interviews and photos to keep you entertained prior to the on the field action getting underway.

As ever, the programme is 84-packed pages and is just £3 and will be on sale from the Club’s ticket and retail store from Friday afternoon and on matchday from our sales team inside and outside the ground – don’t miss out on yours!

Don’t forget; The One And Only is now available to download on your iPhone and iPad via the Matchday Digital app. 

The Matchday Digital App allows you to view the North End programme anytime, anywhere. You can make one-off purchases or take out a season pass so you are subscribed to the whole season. If you can’t make the game, simply download the programme on the Matchday Digital app and be part of the game. 

The slick digital version comes with all the content you would have in the printed programme, but with added features including:

• Programmes available to fans any time, anywhere
• Download back copies from past games
• Programmes will be made available for purchase worldwide
• Easy to use curl or slide ‘turn page’ technology
• Keyword search taking you straight to a particular player or feature
• Pinch screen feature to zoom into articles or images
• Add articles to Facebook or Twitter via the social media feature
• The Matchday Digital app is free to download on to your iPhone/iPad.

Preston North End supporters can download an individual issue at £2.99 or take out a season pass for £49.99.

Download the Matchday Digital app on your iPhone or iPad for free now by clicking on the below iTunes App Store icon. Alternatively simply go to the iTunes App store on your iPhone/iPad and search for ‘Matchday Digital’.

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