In tomorrow’s edition we’ve got exclusive interviews, articles written by supporters and games and quizzes for the kids. Here are some of the highlights from the programme:
James McKeown speaks to Media Officer Ryan Petterson about life as skipper, his penalty saves against Macclesfield and dreaming of a cup upset at Chelsea. Macca also features as the pull-out centrefold.
Jim Barwick tells the story of Town’s dramatic draw with Oldham Athletic last weekend in the ‘Away Days’ feature.
Ever wondered what it would be like being a Town fan and growing up on Blundell Avenue in the 1970s? Kerry William Purcell shares his memories.
Michael Jolley talks about the Oldham and Salford games in his exclusive programme notes.
There’s another Town-inspired piece by famous artist Paine Proffitt and more Blundell Park history from Rob Briggs.
Rob McIlveen reports on four more games from Town’s 1979-80 title-winning season.
We’ve got four pages of ‘Mini Mariners’ content including a Q&A with Ludvig Ohman and photographs from recent matchday activities.
There are updates from the Mariners Trust, Grimsby Town Sports & Education Trust and the Youth Team.
And we have the lowdown on our opponents, Macclesfield Town, past encounters between the two sides and football photographer Roy Stuart Clarke talks about his favourite photo of our opponents from his collection.
The Mariner will be available around the ground priced at £3 – make sure you pick up your copy before you go through the turnstiles!