We review Saturday's issue of The Blue Print - and it's an absolute corker!
Our new Matchday Programme The Blue Print went down a storm with supporters at our first home game of the season – so make sure you snap up a copy while stocks last on Saturday.
We’ve given the publication a full overhaul during the summer and we hope you’ll be impressed by the results if you support the Club by buying a copy at the weekend.
Saturday’s issues sees us chat with young star Jack Baldwin about how his move to the north east has helped him mature on and off the field - we'll also throw in a full-colour poster of the Pools star.
Also inside you’ll find James Poole taking on our brand new feature Higgy’s Hundred which includes an insight in to why he’s scared of the sea and what he used to leave out for Santa when he was a kid!
Plus we find out more about teenage front man Luke James who tackles our Firsts and Lasts feature – revealing which tv programme he loves watching and why his first mobile phone was memorable for the wrong reasons!
Phil Dunn’s new column The Magic Number moves to squad number 2 and features an interview with the one and only Keith Nobbs, while Colin Foster’s Rewind section tells us the tragic tale of 1930s Pools striker Sam English.
We’ve got all the regular columns from boss Colin Cooper, Chief Executive Russ Green and skipper Antony Sweeney – plus Craig Hignett’s report on the midweek Reserve game and an interview with Youth Team top scorer Connor Halpin.
There are photos from our games against Southend United and York City, plus all the lowdown on our visitors Fleetwood Town.
In short, we reckon The Blue Print is once again an absolute bargain so look out for sellers on your way in to Victoria Park on Saturday.