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đź“š Matchday Programme On Sale Tomorrow

Grimsby Town's matchday programme, The Mariner, will be back on sale for Saturday's game against Cheltenham Town

25 October 2019

The Mariner will be on sale for Grimsby Town's Sky Bet League Two clash with Cheltenham Town at Blundell Park on Saturday (3pm).

The matchday programme is full of exclusive interviews, fan features and content to interest the whole family. Here’s just a taste of what to expect inside tomorrow’s edition: 

On-loan Sunderland midfielder Ethan Robson speaks to Media Officer Ryan Petterson about that performance against Exeter and his progress so far in the feature interview. The 23-year-old is also the star of the pull-out centrefold. 

Programme editor Jack Johnson interviews former defender Andy Todd about his short but memorable loan spell 17 years ago. 

Michael Jolley shares his thoughts on the Leyton Orient and Cambridge games in his exclusive notes. 

Scott Harneiss reports on the midweek trip to Cambridge United in 'Away Days.' 

Have you stood on our Spion Kop? John Kirk investigates a genuine Blundell Park mystery. 

Gordon Wilson remembers a song that used to echo around Blundell Park in the 60s… and the bar at Bingley College. 

Rob McIlveen reports on four games from 40 years ago (including the League Cup victory against Everton) in his series on the 1979-80 title-winning season. 

There’s another installment of Blundell Park history from Rob Briggs and a new GTFC-themed piece by artist Paine Proffitt. 

We’ve got four pages of ‘Mini Mariners’ content, including a Q&A with Max Wright and photographs from recent matchday activities. 

There are updates from the Mariners Trust, Grimsby Town Sports & Education Trust, the Youth Team and Grimsby Corinthians Over 60’s Walking FC. 

And we have the lowdown on our opponents, stats from past encounters between the two sides and photographer Stuart Roy Clarke shares his favourite photo of the Robins from his Homes of Football collection. 

The Mariner will be available around the ground priced at £3 - make sure you pick up your copy before you go through the turnstiles!


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