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The One And Only Turns ‘Loan’ Ranger

2 October 2014

Callum Robinson became the 112th man to join the Lilywhites on a loan deal when he arrived from Aston Villa last month.

And this weekend the 100-page matchday programme celebrates those men who has joined the Club on a temporary basis over the years and take a look at where their careers have then gone on to.

Interviews with David Jones, Darren Byfield, Declan Rudd, Ritchie de Laet, Gareth Ainsworth are all part of this weekend’s issue, along with a feature interview with the latest man to sign on, joining on a youth loan from the Villains.

In his interview Callum Robinson explains how much he is enjoying his time at Deepdale thus far: ““I’ve spoken to Danny Johnson who’s at Chesterfield now, and I’m good friends with Jack Grealish who did [went out on loan] last season.

“When I spoke to Jack he said he learnt so much in the 37 games he was at Notts County for, on and off the pitch.

“It’s not kids football anymore, you’re playing with men and you need to get results, so yes I’ve spoken to a few of the players and they are saying I’ll enjoy it and told me to make sure I get every bit of experience from it.

“It will be good to sample different types of stadiums as well. Playing at grounds like Deepdale and the Ricoh Arena is really good, but then you get some grounds that aren’t the best, that’s what I have to learn and deal with, and hopefully I deal with it well.

“I spoke to a few of the lads here and they said that I had come to a really big club and obviously I’m grateful for that.

“When I went to the ground I was shocked myself because it’s a really nice ground as well as the training ground, but I have come to a really good club and hopefully I can help the club as well as myself.”

On top of those features we also have interviews with Paul Morgan, Warren Joyce, David Buchanan and an exclusive with the Colchester manager Tony Humes.

There are a dozen pages on our opponents from Essex, whilst or ‘half-time interval’ is also extended this week to 12 pages of community stories, quizzes and fun for fans of all ages.

All this and so much more, with over 200 photos in the 100 pages, perfect bound and still only £3 per copy – a bargain and a collectible all in one!

They will be on sale from Friday afternoon from the Club shop, online and in person from our sellers inside and outside of Deepdale on matchday.

Don’t forget; The One And Only is also 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 by going to the iTunes App store on your iPhone/iPad and search for ‘Matchday Digital’.



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