Saturday’s issue of The One And Only has a Jamaican feel to it!
And the Lilywhites’ No.7 admitted that one of the biggest boosts he has felt in the last few weeks has been the news that Joe Garner has signed a new deal.
“I’ve been practising this coming in and working off Joe [Garner] because it’s a lonely old place for him up there,” Humphrey tells the matchday programme in an extended interview.
“He can be on his own at times, especially if the wing backs are bombing on and you’ve got to track them.
“He is up there on his own, he knows he is isolated so whenever you can get around him them it’s brilliant, but there’s no one better than him in this league to do what he does.
“It has lifted me as a footballer, it’s lifted me that he has signed again because I can either score goals from him or set him up and I’m quite happy for him to score the goals as long as we’re winning games.
“We’ve all got one thing we want and if he scores them all, that’s fine as long as we get promoted.”
Craig Brown speaks about signing Humphrey’s two Jamaican predecessors and also about coaching the current international in his time at Motherwell, whilst Fuller is hoping for a PNE reunion in the Championship.
We also have interviews with Nigel Clough, Mark Lawrenson, Dave Sadler, Jordan Hugill, Mel Tottoh, Andy Little, Scott Laird and John Welsh, plus a dozen pages on our South Yorkshire opponents and over 200 photos!
All this packed into 84-pages of the League One programme of the year, on sale from the Club shop from Friday for just £3 or on the day of the game around the ground.
And if you don’t want to buy a copy at the ground or can’t get to Deepdale, did you know that The One And Only is 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 anytime, anywhere
• Download back copies from past games
• Programmes will be made available for purchase worldwide
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• 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.
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