A preview of what's inside Tuesday night's programme.
In Tuesday night’s issue of Seagull, cover star Uwe Huenemeier reflects on Saturday’s 1-0 win against Blackburn and reveals the levels of professionalism needed while he was out of contention this season.
Beram Kayal talks about his own return to the starting line-up in recent weeks, while Saturday’s goalscorer Glenn Murray urges everyone to stay focused as we embark on the final four weeks of the season.
Elsewhere, Liam Rosenior reveals the best stadia and grounds he’s played at in his career, while BT Sport presenter Jules Breach tells us about her love affair with the Albion and her new Saturday afternoon TV role.
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In our popular retro section, we go back to 1985/86 where Steve Penney recalls his Goldstone memories from that season, while Alan Mullery tells us about former Bond girl Honor Blackman’s fascination with his legs in his regular column!
With James Tilley, Sam Adekugbe and Emma Byrne also interviewed, it’s yet another bulging-at-the-seams 84-page issue of Seagull – and that’s not forgetting the next free double-sided collectable poster, this week featuring an Albion first-team favourite.
As part of a season-long series, the giant poster includes stunning portrait and action shots in two eye-catching designs – making it the perfect addition to any bedroom wall or workplace!
Make sure you pick up your copy of Seagull, available in and around the Amex Stadium, priced £3.50.