Another feature-packed edition of the 68-page Steelmen Matchday Magazine returns against St Mirren on Saturday.
‘Well boss Stuart McCall and Captain Keith Lasley both return with the regular columns. The manager takes time out to praise St Mirren’s recent exploits and talks about finishing the season on a high note. The skipper gives the throughts from the dressing room, particularly around the manager’s new contract.
The feature interview is with back-up goalkeeper Lee Hollis. The former Airdrie Utd man talks about biding his time and hopes his patience will prove to be a virtue in the coming seasons.
But that’s not where the features stop!
There is a 13-page section dedicated to our visitors, St Mirren.
Kris Jack goes through four players to watch from opponents, as we as a player-by-player breakdown of their squad.
Saints’ talismanic frontman Steven Thompson is the man in the spotlight in our opposition Q&A and Div MacDonald, owner of blackandwhitearmy.com, gives us a fans-eyed view of the Buddies season so far.
We also have a scout report from the controversial 1-1 draw between Saints and Celtic in Paisley last weekend.
The features and big names keep coming…
In our Interview Alumni section, we catch up Fraser Wishart. The head of PFA Scotland recalls fondly his time at both ‘Well and Saints and discusses some of the issues currently facing the game in Scotland.
The Press Association’s Gavin McCafferty is back in his ‘Press Box’ feature and discusses the difficult situation at Dunfermline. Press & Media Manager Alan Burrows also returns in ‘The Last Word’ and Graham Barnstaple’s Cult Heroes this week focuses on one a painful name from the 1980s – Paul Kinnaird.
But wait, there’s more! We look back at the fantastic wins against Hibs at Fir Park and Dundee at Dens as well as the U20s most recent match with Aberdeen. There are ten tough questions in our Quiz, the latest news section as well as an in-depth statistical look at referee Brian Colvin.
We have the latest from The Ticket Office, the Commercial Department, and update from the Well Society board as well as the latest stats, facts and figures from the 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/