Grimsby Town’s official matchday programme ‘The Mariner’ will be on sale tonight for the visit of Tranmere Rovers. Here’s a taste of what’s inside ‘Issue 6’…
Town boss Paul Hurst discusses the recent game against Aldershot Town and looks ahead to tonight’s opponents in his exclusive column.
The Mariners Trust look back at their amazing Crowdfunder scheme, which brought national attention to the club during the closed season.
Mariners defender Gregor Robertson talks injuries and putting last season’s Play-off defeat behind him in the main interview
Richard Lord makes the case for Kenny Swain’s legacy in ‘The Men Who Managed The Mariners’.
We examine things connected to the club that begin with the letter ‘F’ in ‘The A-Z of The Mariners’.
Paul Savage remembers a game against Hereford United in 1989 in ‘When I was a mascot’.
There are images and a report from the 4-1 victory against Aldershot Town at Blundell Park.
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’s interpretation of Mariners goalkeeper James McKeown in the centre fold.
We take a closer look at our visitors, Tranmere Rovers.
Andy Phillips shares his monthly update on fortunes of Alan Lamb’s Youth Team.
We also get to know Youth Team defender Joe Crowther a little better.
All of these great features, and much more, all for just £3!