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1 March 2018

Paul Hazlewood
The matchday magazine for Albion v Arsenal on Sunday.

In the latest 100-page issue of our award-winning matchday magazine, cover star Jurgen Locadia looks back at an impressive start to his Seagulls career and reveals the Arsenal players he admired growing up in the Netherlands.
Goalkeeper Maty Ryan also recalls his schooldays watching the Gunners and why he’s looking forward to a match-up with opposite number Petr Cech.
Staying on the Arsenal theme, we catch up with former defender Colin Pates, who tells us about the day he made it to Wembley, albeit with the Seagulls rather than the Gunners, while Steve Sidwell takes a trip down memory lane to his youth-team days in the London Colney academy.
We also catch up with Leo Ulloa, who recalls his goalscoring debut for the Albion against Arsenal in The FA Cup, while staying on the Cup theme, Liam Rosenior pens an insight into his big day in the Final in 2014.
Elsewhere, Sky Sports and Talksport presenter Laura Woods gives us her take on Sunday’s encounter while we also speak to fellow broadcaster Adrian Clarke, who pinpoints where the game could be won and lost.
Ahead of his gig at Komedia, comedian Ian Stone is hoping for an easy ride from Albion fans when he takes centre stage later this month, while we speak to Anthony Knockaert and Glenn Murray, who have been all smiles this week following our victory against Swansea City last Saturday.
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 Manchester United, as seen through the eyes of Peter O’Sullivan. Alan Mullery also recalls United’s visit and why he winced when Steve Foster and Joe Jordan went toe to toe.
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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