We review the latest edition of The Blue Print.
Jonathan Franks tells us more about his ill-fated loan move to Oxford United in this Saturday’s issue of popular Matchday Programme The Blue Print.
The midfielder spent time with The U’s in 2011/12 but his stay did not go according to plan – and now he’s hoping to show Oxford what they missed out on this weekend.
Also inside a packed copy of the re-branded publication is Higgy’s Hundred, which this week sees Andy Rafferty take centre-stage to tell us about his child acting career, why he’d like to lunch with Jimmy Carr and what his bizarre allergy is…
Michael Duckworth celebrates his new contract by taking on the challenge of our Firsts and Lasts column as we get to know more about the right-back.
Phil Dunn looks back on one of the Club’s most memorable number 5’s in Ian McGuckin – and finds out more about his time at The Vic as a player and why he’s back at the Club now.
In Colin Foster’s Rewind feature he takes a look back to 28th September 1957 and a memorable fixture against Bradford Park Avenue for one of the most revered Pools’ sides in history.
We’ve got photos from our games against Bristol Rovers and Accrington Stanley, plus we take an in-depth look at this weekend’s visitors Oxford United.
There are the regular columns with Chairman Ken Hodcroft, boss Colin Cooper, Chief Executive Russ Green and skipper Antony Sweeney too - plus we’ve got a feature on Youth Team star Tom Mitchinson who is plotting a route back from his second cruciate ligament rupture.
Every person who buys a Programme will be really helping the Club – and we’re sure you’ll be impressed with the amount of reading you find inside.
So make sure you pick up your copy while stocks last on your way in to Victoria Park on Saturday.