Another top-notch edition of the 68-page Steelmen Matchday Magazine returns against Hibs tomorrow night (Friday).
Editor Andy Ross and the team from Curtis Sport / BlueChilli Design have produced another quality publication jam-packed full of content.
‘Well boss Stuart McCall and Captain Keith Lasley both return with the regular columns. The manager talks the recent run of form and what he expects from Hibs, and Keith Lasley chats about trying to improve recent results against a good Hibs side.
Andy Ross caught up with on-loan Birmingham City defender Fraser Kerr for the feature interview. The Scotland U21 International talks openly about his time at Fir Park so far, what it was like leaving in the first place for the big lights of Birmingham and his aspirations both present and future.
And that’s not where the features stop!
There is a 12-page section dedicated to our visitors, Pat Fenlon’s Hibernian.
Kris Jack goes through four players to watch from opponents, as we as a player-by-player breakdown of their squad.
Hibees midfielder Tom Taiwo is the man in the spotlight in our opposition Q&A and fan Andrew Jeffrey gives his view on how the Easter Road club is progressing.
The features and big names keep coming…
In our Interview Alumni section, Graeme McCarry caught up with former Steelman and Hibs defender and now talented BBC Pundit, Craig Paterson who recalls fondly his time with both clubs, the crowning achievement being the 1991 Scottish Cup success.
The Press Association’s Gavin McCafferty returns with his ‘From the Press Box’ feature and reviews the state of our game after the disappointing International defeats at the hands of both Wales and Belgium.
Press & Media Manager Alan Burrows adds his thoughts in ‘The Last Word’ near the back of the publication and looks at how “Friday Night Football” could really work in Scottish Football.
Bob McHugh is the latest to give his top five’s in the iPlayer feature and Stuart Carswell tells us his ‘First and Last’.
Graham Barnstaple’s Cult Heroes this week focuses on Lukas Jutkiewicz who will never be forgotten at Fir Park for a certain goal against Hibs that will live long in the memory.
But wait, there’s more! We take a look back at last weekend’s 1-0 defeat at Tynecastle, 10 tough questions in our Quiz, the latest news section as well as an in-depth statistical look at referee Stevie O’Reilly. We have the latest from The Ticket Office and the Commercial Department and the latest stats, facts and figures for the already busy 2012/2013 campaign.
The programme is available for £3 and is currently on sale from the Club Shop as well as the usual sellers located in and around the ground pre-match.
You can also order back editions or take a season-long subscription to the magazine by visiting the website of our publishers – Curtis-Sports – http://www.curtis-sport.com/