A sneak preview of what is inside Saturday's programme.
In Saturday issue of Seagull, cover star Liam Rosenior reflects on the season to date, the challenge that awaits against Blackburn and why a return to the Premier League would mean so much to him.
Club captain Bruno expresses his delight at having penned an extension to his contract with the club, while fellow defender Uwe Huenemeier looks at the players who have shaped his career.
Elsewhere, Anthony Knockaert reveals a penchant for Celine Dion, Christian Walton opens up about his four-legged fears, while Alessia Russo looks back at the 5-1 win over Crawley Wasps in the Sussex Women’s Challenge Cup Final last week.
Our popular retro section takes us back to 1969/70, where former fans’ favourite John Templeman talks Brian Clough, Rodney Marsh and missing out on promotion, while Alan Mullery remembers the days when a cortisone syringe brought fear to dressing rooms up and down the country.
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It’s certainly 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 another Albion first-team player.
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.