DUCK 78 - Print copy (last ever issue)
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Our last ever issue is also our biggest and our best.
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The Tony Pulis interview
We conclude our day spent with TP at his beautiful south coast home, with part 2 of the interview. The FA Cup Final; that first season atmosphere; Valencia; that Villa night game; Towelgate; Europe; leaving Stoke……it’s all in there. We also have included part 1 from issue 77 too, for those that missed it.
Where are they now?
We talk to Bojan; Mickey Thomas; Mark Stein; Robert Huth; PaulPeschisolido; Tyrese Campbell; Ryan Shawcross; Ian Cranson; Denis Smith; Jon Parkin; Mike Sheron; Terry Conroy; Matthew Etherington; Carl Dickinson; Adam Porter; Marc Muniesa; Andy Wilkinson….about their best Stoke memories and what they’re up to now
The End: Ben Rowley
The Confessional: Dan Slee
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Our editorial, this time written by both Bunny and Orfy. So, twice as crap as normal.
In praise of blood and thunder: Dave Proudlove
Reignite the passion: Dave Crowther-Green
A decade of drenchings: Bunny
To cap it all: Simon Lowe
Stoke is beautiful and I love Stoke: David Gould
A brave new world: Tim Gallimore
On the trail of Adam Vass: John Porter
Red balloons: Liam Walsh
Made in The Potteries?: Alex Harford
I somehow ended up as transfer ITK: Mark Holmes
The Stokie Hopper goes to Hearts
Rich’s Pickings: Rich James
When Irish eyes are smiling: Ian Davies
The director of the working men’s ballet: John Leonard
Fifty years a Potter: Peter Kennedy
Oviedo, duck: Dave Riley
A Potters Tale: Bunny
Here’s looking at you, duck: Dave Proudlove
.....There's absolutely tons of great reading in here. We hope you find it a fitting finale.