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16 April 2017

A sneak peek inside Monday's matchday programme.

In your Bank Holiday issue of Seagull, cover star Anthony Knockaert reflects on his Sky Bet Championship Player of the Season award and the rollercoaster of emotions he’s experienced this season.
We also catch up with Steve Sidwell who talks us through his EFL Goal of the Season, while Seb Pocognoli takes a trip down memory to the day when he scored a goal that was possibly even better than his free-kick at QPR last week!
Elsewhere, Fikayo Tomori reflects on a successful four months on loan from Chelsea, while ex-Seagull and BBC Sussex co-commentator Warren Aspinall recalls his early days in the game with hometown club and Monday’s opponents, Wigan Athletic.
On a more somber note, we pay tribute to staunch Albion fan Paul Whelch who sadly passed away recently, while in our popular retro section, we go back to the 1958/59 campaign when the Goldstone witnessed second tier football for the first time. We also catch up with John Shepherd, who was the club’s leading marksman that season.
With the campaign coming to a close, the programme also includes the penultimate free giant poster, which includes stunning portrait and action shots of an Albion first-team player – so make sure you pick up your copy of Seagull, available in and around the Amex Stadium, priced £3.50.

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