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6 April 2018

Paul Hazlewood
The Huddersfield Town edition of the matchday magazine.

In Saturday’s 100-page issue of our award-winning matchday magazine, cover star Gaetan Bong provides a fascinating insight into his on- and off-field personas, his life as a Premier League footballer, and why he hasn’t given up on his dream of playing for Cameroon again.
We also catch up with Pascal Gross, who recalls his youth-team days being coached by current Huddersfield Town boss David Wagner and why he, too, has dreams of playing international football, with Germany.
One player who has fulfilled that ambition is Jose Izquierdo, who looks back at his return to the Colombian squad, ahead of the World Cup finals, while another Russia-bound Seagull – Australian keeper Maty Ryan – is hoping to make amends for last Saturday’s frustrating defeat at the hands of Leicester City.
Our club connection this week takes us back to the Eighties, with Kieran O’Regan recalling the day he nearly played in our famous FA Cup semi-final side as a fresh-faced teenager, likewise his five-year stint with the Terriers.
QPR defender Joel Lynch has also spoken to the matchday magazine this week, recalling his days with both Seagulls and the Terriers – but does he have any regrets about leaving either club?
Inigo Calderon tells us all about his experience in the Indian Premier League – where he recently won the title with Chennaiyin FC – while our retro section, which this season takes a chronological look back at our first top-flight campaign at the Goldstone, features our encounter against Bristol City, as seen through the eyes of Mark Lawrenson and Alan Mullery.
If that wasn’t enough, we have a fab pull-out section for our younger fans, which is once again jam-packed with news, interviews, quizzes and stats. Then flip it over to reveal a huge poster of a first-team regular – perfect for your bedroom wall!
For all this plus much more, make sure you pick up a copy of Albion’s matchday magazine, plus pull-out, available in and around the Amex Stadium, priced £3.50.

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