DUCK issue 59 (Digital only)
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Our latest issue doesn’t exactly hit the streets, because there are no grounds with streets around them open yet…….but it will be getting into plenty of beautiful inboxes from 19th June.
And why wouldn’t it, as it’s 58 pages of what we hope is a little summer sun at what we hope is the start of the end of a simply dreadful period in all our lives.
So, what’s in it?
The big interview: We had three hours in a lovely Cheshire bar with ROBERT HUTH. The Weiss bier flowed, and so did the stories. Huthy doesn’t do many interviews, but we talked about anything and everything. Everything.
Get the message: Our editorial looks at the state of football in June 2020.
“….will play Liverpool”: Stoke and Swindon and the footballing family. Which leads into….
Our precious misery: Heartbreaking, yet beautiful. The bond that football develops between father and son.
Rich Pickings/So, football: Two articles looking at how covid-19 has affected football.
Acres Nook: Orfy meets Radio Stoke’s John Acres and talks all things football, SCFC, and cats on pitches.
7 pages of articles on our 2000 Wembley triumph
Way out west: We look at the South West Supporters club
Oxley Denim: We love jeans. Tom Oxley loves jeans. Hes making jeans. Ace ones.
Fear and loathing in Stoke: A group of 1874 Northwich FC lads visit Stoke for the fixture with Hanley
4Midable: 4 things that have kept us relatively sane during lockdown
A Potters tale: Andy Slee’s life following Stoke.
….and loads more.