In this Saturday’s issue of Seagull, Danny Holla looks at the differences between football in Holland and England, while revealing an unfeasible number of weekly haircuts!
Cover star Lewis Dunk answers your Facebook questions in The Hot Seat, where the club’s worst dressed player and best pool hustler are revealed.
Former Albion trainee Matt Cunnington, who came through the ranks with Glen Rea and Bradley Barry, explains how a near-death experience prompted a novel to be written about him.
All this and much more can be found in your bumper 84-page Seagull, available around in and around the Amex Stadium this Saturday, priced at £3.50.
On the pitch, Andrew Crofts sets out his targets after signing a contract extension with the club, Sam Baldock is excited at the potential within the Albion ranks, while striker partner Craig Mackail-Smith looks back at Tuesday’s defeat at Ipswich and forward with plenty of optimism.
Both were England stars and one player hoping to follow in their footsteps one day is young Albion keeper Christian Walton, who speaks about his under-20 debut for the Three Lions last week.
Former Albion skipper Paul Rogers recalls a trip to Blackpool which caused more problems off the pitch than on it, while Alan Mullery looks back at his relationship at Tottenham with legendary goalscorer Jimmy Greaves.