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The One And Only Issue 19: Nottingham Forest

21 February 2022

On the cover of Tuesday night's official matchday programme is Scott Sinclair, as he talks in depth with The One And Only!

PNE's No.31 is our featured interview, as he talks all about reaching 500 games in professional football, his history playing against Nottingham Forest and present day with North End.

We also catch up with Josh Murphy for the first time in a few months following his spell on the sidelines, while Daniel Iversen answers your questions.

Also in the programme, Brad Potts, Liam Lindsay and Patrick Bauer take part in player features, while there is our usual focus on the opposition, and a look back in history.

You can pick up a programme from around the ground on Tuesday night for just £3.50, or you can order a copy to arrive straight to your home by clicking here.

Read part of Scott's featured interview below:

Last month, Scott Sinclair reached a milestone many can only dream of, making his 500th appearance in professional football.

He’s enjoyed promotions, league titles and domestic trophies along the way, but he’s not prepared to spend his time looking at the past just yet.

Instead, Scotty is focusing on adding to his long list of accomplishments in the coming years.

He told The One And Only: “I feel like I’ve really enjoyed my journey, but it hasn’t stopped yet, it’s still going.

“Collecting trophies at Celtic and getting experience in the Premier League with some top clubs, it’s been brilliant, so when I do look back I have made some great achievements.

“But I’m always looking forward to seeing what the next achievement could be.

“That’s the mentality I have. I’ll always keep working hard, I’ll always be wanting to play, score goals and do as well as I can.

“It’s not about looking back, it’s about looking forward to seeing how many more games I can play.

“I’ve hit the milestone, but now I’ll see if I can keep pushing and pushing.”

The former England U21 international started his senior career much earlier than most are even offered a youth scholarship.

He made his professional debut at the age of just 15 while on the books of Bristol Rovers, and from there his career took off, joining Chelsea just months later.

“It feels like it goes so quick and if someone had told me back then how many games I would go on to play, I would have taken it!

“When you look back it’s a lot of games, but I still feel fit, I’m still hungry to be playing and I feel like I’ve got many, many years left in me."

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