A new edition of ‘The Mariner’ will be on sale before tonight’s Vanarama Conference game against FC Halifax Town.
Inside the Halifax programme there will be four more stickers to add to your collection, as well as another pull-out poster – this time Town winger Nathan Arnold. Also in our award-winning matchday programme:
To commemorate Armistice Day and 100 years since the outbreak of the Great War, we look at the Footballers Battalion and the Mariners players who served.
Regular writer Ali Mills discusses a certain high-profile referee who failed to enamour himself to Town supporters in 2002.
85 year-old super fan Arthur Dawson shares stories from his years following Town in ‘I Blame’.
We flash-back to feature the Town team who won promotion to Division Three in 1989/90.
Skipper Craig Disley reveals that he thinks the club has its best chance to achieve promotion this season in the main interview.
Former Forest hero and Town loanee Nigel Jemson is Dan Humphrey’s ‘Flash in The Pan’.
Ross Hannah reveals which Town player will always sit in front of a mirror in the changing room in ‘Team Mates’.
Returning loan-man Danny Parslow submits his ‘Inform’ for your entertainment.
We feature players who have worn the number eleven shirt for the club.
2006 is Paul Thundercliffe’s ‘Unforgettable Year’, for more reasons than just the football.
The Mariners Trust write up the outcomes of their recent AGM, which saw a number of new people join their board.
And, as always, we have seven pages on our opponents: fellow promotion rivals FC Halifax Town.
All of these great features, and more, are available later in ‘The Mariner’ - yours for just £3