We review Saturday's issue of The Blue Print which will be available to buy on the turnstiles ahead of the game with Leyton Orient.
In-form front man Nicke Kabamba is the cover star of this Saturday’s packed issue of popular Matchday Programme ‘The Blue Print’.
We sat down the on-loan star earlier this week to chat about how he’s settling in to life at Pools, what his ambitions are for the rest of the season and – most importantly – to find out if he’s had a Parmo yet!
Also inside Saturday’s issue you’ll find all the regular columns from Chairman Raj Singh, boss Craig Hignett, skipper Carl Magnay and Chief Executive Mark Maguire.
Plus, Jeff Stelling is back with another exclusive column for us – and this week he lifts the lid on which former Pools player he bumped in to at a promotion event recently…
Michael Raynes takes on our popular Poolie Index feature as he tells us more about his dodgy tattoos, why he doesn’t play Fortnite and what films have made him cry!
We’ve got a brilliant interview with Youth Team star Josh Scott as he looks to fire Pools to the Youth Alliance League title, while Women’s Team skipper Justine Robinson also shares her views on their season so far.
There’s a full lowdown on visitors Leyton Orient as well as all the match facts and figures you need ahead of kick-off in this weekend’s game.
Put simply, picking up a copy of The Blue Print should be an essential part of your matchday routine.
To make it even easier for you to get your hands on the Matchday Programme, we're making it available on the turnstiles so ask to buy your issue on the way in to The Super 6 Stadium this weekend.