In Saturday’s action-packed 84-page issue of Seagull, new signing James Wilson tells us why he swapped Manchester United for the Amex, and he reflects on a winning debut against Birmingham City last Saturday.
Fellow new arrival Rajiv van La Parra reflects on a rollercoaster year, while we catch up with Richie Towell, who is set to join in January after a fantastic season at League of Ireland side Dundalk.
Dale Stephens tells us why this has been his best season to date and looks back at his time with our opponents on Saturday, Charlton Athletic.
Chairman Tony Bloom gives us his take on the 2014/2015 club accounts that were published earlier this week, while Albion women midfielder Kirsty Barton looks ahead to the side’s first ever game at the Amex on Sunday, also against the Addicks.
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There’s a chance to win Bobby Zamora’s signed and worn boots, while an Albion flag signed by members of the first-team squad is also up for grabs.
With Charlton our visitors, our ever-popular Retro section has a London feel to it, with Clive Walker and Alan Mullery featured, while we look back at the club’s Charity Shield win at Stamford Bridge and FA Cup semi-final success at Highbury. Also, discover what former Seagull and Addick Alan Curbishley would do to improve football.
All this and much more can be found in Saturday’s issue of Seagull, available in and around the Amex Stadium, priced £3.50.
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