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150 Magazine - Club Respond To Demand

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STOKE CITY have responded to the demand for the award-winning Potters Matchday Magazine for yesterday's 150th Anniversary Celebration game against Tottenham.

The 100-page commemorative magazine was declared a complete sell-out an hour before kick-off at the Britannia Stadium, leaving many fans understandably disappointed at not being able to get their hands on a copy.

The Club, in conjunction with publishers OPublishing, have moved quickly to resolve the situation and are making additional copies available via mail-order.

Fans have until Friday 24th May to order by clicking HERE. The programmes will cost £3.50, which includes postage and package.

Please note copies of the programme are not available from scfcdirect.com or the Britannia Stadium Superstore.

City's Head of Commercial Andy Billingham said: "We were overwhelmed by the demand for the magazine yesterday and realise many people were disappointed at not being able to purchase a copy of a special souvenir.

"That's why we have agreed with OPublishing to make magazines available via mail-order which will be delivered directly to supporters' doors at no extra cost."

The magazine, voted 'Independent View' Programme of the Year 2012, features exclusive interviews with World Cup winner Sir Geoff Hurst and Potters legend Terry Conroy, as well as the views of Chairman Peter Coates, Manager Tony Pulis and Chief Executive Tony Scholes.

Michael Owen looks back on his remarkable playing career as he prepares to retire this weekend, while skipper Ryan Shawcross, Nigel 'The Voice' Johnson, and fans-favourite Mickey Thomas offer their thoughts on an illustrious day in the Club's history.

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