Get your matchday magazine tomorrowTomorrow's matchday magazine is yet another belter, packed with unique content and features. It's much more than just a programme and you can buy the latest edition tomorrow for just £3.
The guest of honour for the visit of Exeter City is recently retired goalkeeping coach Alan Hodgkinson and there's a must-read interview with this true football legend. It contains a fascinating insight into the career and philosophy of this great man. His successor, Wayne Brown, also gives an in-depth interview about his relationship and debt to Hodgy which again contains some great insights.
In addition to the usual features, with Ian Lenagan, Chris Wilder and Jake Wright all having their regular columns, we learn about the role of the physiotherapist, Soccer AM's Neil Smythe is the guest columnist, and Fantastic Mr Ox puts to bed the debate about club or country. There is so much more crammed into 84 pages that even we don't know how we do it.
Plus, after the hiatus of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy, we return to the perfect bound spine for you to continue to build the image on the back.
The magazine is available for just £3 from inside the concourses along with a FREE copy of tomorrow's Oxford Mail (while stocks last) and from vendors around the ground, including the club shop, the Priory pub and the Holiday Inn hotel.
If you missed your magazine from Wednesday night's historic win over Swindon, don't worry. These are still available from the club shop and from the 12th Man Fund programme stall in the Exhibition Bar before the game.
Matchball Sponsors OxVox will be inserting a flyer into every programme.
Chairman Mark Sennett said: “We are thrilled to be the match ball sponsor for the Exteter City game and to further strengthen our excellent relationship with the club. The match ball sponsorship is ais a great way to support the club and also to get your business seen.
"Keep an eye out for the OxVox flyers in the match programme, which fans can fill in and hand back if they want to become members. So this is just one of many reasons to by the programme on Saturday, which is always a great read."