The Blue Print returns on Saturday and we've taken on fans' feedback to make it even better for 2015/16.
There’s so much that’s new around Victoria Park for 2015/16 and the Matchday Magazine is no different because we’ve given The Blue Print a summer makeover.
Since the end of last season we have been asking fans for their views on how to improve our publication and we were delighted with how many positive responses we received.
We’ve taken your feedback on-board both in terms of the content and the design for the new campaign and we really hope you’ll like the results when you pick up your copy on Saturday.
Inside the opening issue you’ll find an exclusive interview with summer recruit Rakish Bingham who tells us how much he’s looking forward to getting on the goal trail this season.
Ask A Silly Question… is one of several new features and Brad Walker is first-up to try it out, revealing details of an embarrassing text message fail and explaining what scares him most in the world!
We listened to your suggestion of involving fans in our quiz feature and James Humphreys represents you up against Ebby Nelson-Addy and Kit Man Martyn Brown in Saturday’s first instalment.
After the popularity of Phil Dunn’s column on the 1980s last season the columnist returns again this term and helps us understand more about The Sensational Seventies…
Colin Foster is also still penning a regular feature as he reflects one game that is good to remember – and one that, well, isn’t so good!
We’ve got columns Chairman Gary Coxall, boss Ronnie Moore, Chief Executive Russ Green and new skipper Billy Paynter, as well as photographs from Pools’ during pre-season.
You’ll find the lowdown on opposition Morecambe too plus all the information you need on tickets and travel for our upcoming away games.
So if you’ve not bought a copy of The Blue Print for a while then why not give it a go this weekend and let us know what you think? We reckon you’ll be impressed!
Look out for sellers as you arrive at Victoria Park for Saturday’s game.