A spooked-up version of our official matchday programme The Mariner is now on sale for the visit of Cheltenham Town. Inside this edition:
Paul Hurst discusses recent performances against FC Halifax Town, Torquay United and Harrogate Town in his exclusive column.
The Mariners Trust discuss the return of a familiar fishy friend, Harry The Haddock.
Town midfielder Craig Clay is the subject of the main feature interview.
We examine things connected to the club that begin with the letter ‘J’ in The A-Z of The Mariners.
There are images and reports from the games against FC Halifax Town, Torquay United and Harrogate Town.
Town Director Dave Roberts looks back at George Kerr’s time in the dugout in The Men Who Managed The Mariners.
There’s details of the club’s new book, We Are Town: Writing by Grimsby Town fans 1970-2002, plus an exclusive excerpt.
Club historian Rob Briggs is back with the next installment of Blundell Park – A History and focuses on a matchday magazine from 1982 in Programmed.
We examine the plight of former Mariners playing in the top five divisions of England in The Ex-Factor.
There’s a Hallowe’en-inspired interpretation of Toto Nsiala in the centrefold.
We take a closer look at our visitors, Cheltenham Town
And, of course, there are four more stickers for your sticker album.
All of these great features, and much more, all for just £3!