In Saturday’s issue of Seagull, cover star Dale Stephens talks candidly about his ten months on the sidelines and how he’s determined to play his part in the side’s bid to pull away from the drop zone.
Skipper Gordon Greer reflects on two very good clean sheets at Cardiff City and Sheffield Wednesday while Rohan Ince expresses his delight at being back in the team.
Off the pitch, player identification manager, Paul Winstanley, lifts the lid on the new recruitment process that is now in place at the club and how it is helping Chris Hughton find potential new players moving forward.
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Striker Leon Best is the latest player to answer your Facebook questions in The Hot Seat and fellow forward Shamir Fenelon reflects on his recent loan spell at Tranmere Rovers.
Staying with strikers, we catch up with fans’ favourite Leo Ulloa, who is confident his former team-mates will have a much-improved end to the season.
We also take a trip down memory lane, as goalkeeping legend Brian Powney looks back at an eventful 1969/70 campaign while Alan Mullery remembers the terrible playing surfaces of yesteryear!
All this and much more can be found in Saturday’s issue of Seagull, available in and around the Amex Stadium on Saturday, priced £3.50.