We bring you a sneak preview of what you can expect to find in tonight's packed issue of Never Say Die.Andy Monkhouse gives us an exclusive interview in tonight's brilliant issue of popular Matchday Programme Never Say Die.
The winger returned to the squad for Saturday's game against Coventry City and he tells how frustrating it's been to be sidelined with an ankle injury and how much he's looking forward to doing his bit to help Pools drive from the foot of the table.
Also inside tonight we get the latest thoughts of new boss John Hughes who admitted Saturday's game was a "baptism of fire" but insisted he is not scared of the hard work that lies ahead.
We've got the lowdown on visitors Oldham Athletic, with info on their key players and background on their season so far.
Phil Dunn looks back on the debut of another Pools star - this week he turns his attentions to 1970s legend Allan Gauden.
Colin Foster investigates what went wrong at one time Football League opponents Cambridge United, while John Phillips continues his study of past Pools kits by moving in to the mid-1990s.
We've got photos from the weekend game, plus the thoughts of Chairman Ken Hodcroft and Club Captain Ritchie Humphreys.
So make sure you pick up your copy of Never Say Die on your way in to Victoria Park tonight.