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23 February 2018

In the 100-page issue of our award-winning matchday magazine, cover star Shane Duffy looks back at our win at Swansea City earlier in the season and hopes for more of the same at the Amex.
Following Wigan Athletic’s heroics in The FA Cup on Monday night, we catch up with goalkeeper Christian Walton to discover how he kept out Sergio Aguero and how he’s enjoying his season on loan at the DW Stadium.
With the Swans visiting tomorrow, we speak to Marcos Painter, who lifted the League One trophy with both clubs, and Andrea Orlandi, who helped the South Wales club into the Premier League before switching to the south coast.
Last week BBC Sussex celebrated 50 years on air, so what better time to speak to sports editor Johnny Cantor. We also reminisce with Des Lynam OBE, Peter Brackley, Ian Hart and John Duncan.
Saturday is Albion’s designated Kick It Out game and Troy Townsend tells us about the progress the organisation has made and how the Albion have been particularly proactive in its work to keep discrimination out of the game.
Leo Ulloa and Connor Goldson look back at last Saturday’s FA Cup win against Coventry City, while we have all the ticket news ahead of the sixth round clash at Old Trafford.
Our retro section, which this season features a chronological look back at our first top-flight campaign at the Goldstone in 1979/80, features the visit of Aston Villa, who were starting to show the form that would see them become league champions and European Cup winners.
Alan Mullery recalls Albion’s first top-flight game under floodlights, while we also catch up with Peter Suddaby, who takes a look at our photo gallery from the Villa draw.
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 Leo Ulloa – perfect for your bedroom wall!
For all this plus much more, make sure you pick up a copy of Albion’s bumper matchday magazine, plus pull-out, available in and around the Amex Stadium, priced £3.50.

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