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OXFORD UNITED PROGRAMME

20 April 2014

The latest issue of our matchday magazine will go on sale this Easter Monday as we host Oxford United.

The 88-page programme is packed full of content as we look to improve on last season's Football League Award-winning effort.

The Oxford United issue includes...
> A goal flicker on every page, reliving the goals by Paddy Madden and Paul Hayes against Bury
> Notes from manager Russ Wilcox, captain Sam Slocombe, stadium manager Alan Welsh, club chaplain Alan Wright and from other departments of the club
> A round-up of all the latest club news
> An in-depth interview with striker Sam Winnall
> A guide to links between the Iron and Oxford, an introduction to the U's, a squad overview, a manager profile, interviews with a journalist and fan, memories of one of their greatest captain, and a star man selected by former Iron chief scout Lee Turnbull
> We have a number of supporters' columns too
> Commercial manager Michelle Harness presents the latest commercial information in a two-page column, and we also have kit sponsorship and business partner information
> We have all the latest news from the SUFC Trust, plus the latest of Lee Turnbull's columns for this season
> Our Junior Iron section features a new column from Scunny Bunny, Face in the Crowd, mascot information, quizzes, plus an insight into Jamie Wootton's first ever game and footballing heroes. In addition, there is spot the difference, junior membership information, James Severn's favourite forms of entertainment, plus a cartoon and factfile about Gary McSheffrey
> We have a pull-out poster featuring celebration images from the season
> Our matchday quiz Iron Interrogation continues
> Our Iron Vault history section features an interview with Joe Murphy, The Ex Files, the Dossier, Play It Again, Iron v Oxford, new series Home Ground, brand new feature Bob Steels' Dream Team, Player of the Year, Hat-Trick Heroes, John Staff turns the clock back 100 years to revisit the 1913-14 campaign and This is how it feels to be Iron
> We also continue our brand new Iron Family fan section, featuring your messages, a column from Supporters' Liaison Officer Andy Brown, a column from the Iron's Official Supporters' Club, details about how you can make more of your matchday, news from SULSESC, a Winterton Iron update, plus contact details for all our supporters' clubs. In addition, we also have the latest column from the Iron Trust
> We also capitalise on the club's expanding social media presence with the latest of our new The Social Network double spreads, featuring your views!
> We find out Michael Collins' First, Last and Everything as he kicks off a new series of features
> Paul Hayes is the latest player to take part in Lucky Dip
> We get James Severn's all-time dream XI
> There are also reviews and photography from the game with Bury
> There are more statistics and facts than you can shake a stick at, plus all the fixtures for 2013/14, and match odds
> Our League Two review feature It Takes Two takes flight
> Plus all the latest ticket office news, and preview the away trip to face Exeter City
> We round things off with a preview of the next home clash, against York City, plus a squad check!

For all this, and much more besides, make sure you get a copy of our multi award-winning matchday magazine THE IRON. On sale all around the stadium for £3.00 this Easter Monday.

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