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Inside Tonight's Telford Programme

24 February 2015

An updated version of The Mariner from the original fixture against AFC Telford United that was postponed in January will be on sale around the ground this evening. 

Inside the programme expect to find the following features: 

We list the economic benefits of a new stadium and show a master plan of the site at Peaks Parkway

Paul Hurst talks about the importance of staying in the promotion race in his exclusive article 

Regular columnist Ali Mills discusses the phenomenon that is: ‘The stand in keeper’

We have images from the Gateshead, Nuneaton Town and Eastleigh games in ‘Action Replay’

On-loan striker Ollie Palmer features in the main interview 

Club historian Rob Briggs reveals the first occasions where the Mariners wore black and white stripes

We remember a trio of players that used to don the number 31 shirt 

Jack Mackreth exposes which of his teammates dresses like a geography teacher and shares his ‘Best XI’

Jonathon Tabois pushes the boundaries of the ‘Unforgettable Year’ feature by selecting a four year period in the early 80s! 

Richard Lord remembers a diminutive Scottish winger in ‘Flash in The Pan’  

Anthony Holmes suggests that St Johns Ambulance are to blame for his allegiance to Town 

And we include the stickers of new signings Gregor Robertson and Christian Jolley and a pull-out poster of New Zealand striker Hamish Watson. 

All of these great features, and more, in your next edition of The Mariner – on sale around the ground for £3 this evening. 


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