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Pick Up A Programme

Nathan Jones

WILL you be roaring on the Potters against league leaders Leeds United at the bet365 Stadium this weekend?

If so, then make sure you pick up a copy of the Club’s award-winning matchday publication, #pottersmag.

Priced at just £3.50, the 84-page perfect-bound magazine is an accompaniment you simply can’t be without at the game.

It features the magazine’s first full interview with new manager Nathan Jones, who highlights his aims and ambitions for the months and years ahead.

The former Luton Town boss, who is set to take charge of his maiden home league game on Saturday, speaks honestly and openly about the challenges ahead, as well as eyeing up some immediate success, ideally starting against Marcelo Bielsa’s men.

Skipper Ryan Shawcross delivers his usual pre-match thoughts in his captain’s notes, and reflects upon a couple of disappointing weeks for the Club, and speaks of the need to turn around the recent performances and results.

Tyrese Campbell, fresh from his two maiden professional goals in the week becomes the latest first-team player to spill the beans on his teammates in our light-hearted feature, whilst Saido Berahino provides details on some of his earliest football memories.

Meanwhile, #pottersmag contributor David Coxon sat down at length with former Stoke City and Leeds United ace Michael Duberry ahead of kick-off to gauge his thoughts on the forthcoming fixture and hear about his favourite moments from the time he spent with the two clubs.

We also provide a comprehensive look at our visitors from Elland Road, profiling their impressive run of form to date, the players in white to watch out for as well as plenty more, including a historical look at matches between both clubs, with the Sentinel’s Pete Smith.

If that’s not enough, we also get the Whites lowdown from lifelong Leeds supporter Michael Normanton and hear the latest from the Potters Academy, with U23 boss Kevin Russell and U18 manager Richard Walker both giving updates on their sides fortunes.

For the more youthful fans in attendance, there is our usual ‘Junior Potters’ spread which includes quizzes and pre-match teasers, and if that isn’t enough, we also have everyone’s favourite Watch Out Greigy’s About feature, whereby official photographer Phil Greig selects his favourite behind-the-scenes snaps from recent weeks.

Make sure you pick up a copy of the publication this Saturday, from inside the bet365 Stadium superstore or from one of the sellers situated just outside of the stadium.

If you are not able to make it to the game you can still get your hands on a hard copy of #pottersmag by clicking HERE

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