Grimsby Town’s official matchday programme ‘The Mariner’ will be on sale on Saturday for the visit of Bromley. Here’s what to expect inside:
Boss Paul Hurst writes exclusively about our start to the season.
The Mariners Trust talk with pride about raising £110,000 in just eight weeks through the ‘Operation Promotion’ campaign.
Defender Sean Pearson features in the main interview and explains why he thinks this really will be the club’s season.
Ian McNeil explains why the 1993/94 ‘Ciba-Geigy’ shirt has lasted the test of time in ‘Classic Kits’.
We examine things connected to the club that begin with the letter ‘B’ in ‘The A-Z of The Mariners’.
There are images and a report of Tuesday’s thumping 4-1 against Barrow.
Club historian Rob Briggs returns with ‘Blundell Park – A History’ and his new article ‘Programmed’.
We again look at former Mariners in the news in ‘The Ex-Factor’.
There’s an artist interpretation of Mariners midfielder Craig Clay in the centre fold.
We take a closer look at our opponents: National League new boys Bromley.
We get to know Youth Teamer Ben Sibbick.
Michael Hubbert remembers a last minute winner by Keith Alexander in a game against Carlisle United in 1989.
Grimsby Telegraph reporter Sam Kinnaird reminisces about the day he was a Grimsby Town mascot.
The Grimsby Town Sport and Education Trust team provide us with an update from their magnificent work within the community.
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