Pick Up Your Copy Tomorrow
Up The Pool will be making a bit of history tomorrow as the matchday magazine goes digital for the first time, as it becomes available to download via the 'Matchday Digital' App on iPhones and iPads.
Whether you purchase the hard copy or get the download you are in for a treat as we talk in depth and exclusively to summer signing Ricardo Fuller, who at 33-years-old believes he still has plenty to offer in the game he loves.
Charles Dunne speaks about his determination to develop his game this season at Wycombe before linking up with Blackpool next year after signing for the Club last week.
Angel Martinez keeps us up to date in what he has been doing away from the football in Angel's Diary while Nathan Eccleston faces 'Quest10ns'.
Chris Basham goes 'Up Against The Clock' facing questions on his specialist subject - sport, in which he gets mixed up with Muhammed Ali and Cassius Clay!
We pick a significant year in the history of Blackpool and Watford and see just what else was going on in that year; this issue goes all the way back to 1984.
Watford's wing-back Ikechi Anya took time out earlier in the week to speak exclusively to Up The Pool following his recent international call-up. The 25-year-old also spoke candidly about the contrast in emotions he felt following their dramatic play-off semi-final win to the disappointment of Wembley and how he will use those emotions to his advantage this year.
Former Pool hero and Goal of the Season winner Mickey Walsh is this week's Q&A as he looks back on his time with Bloomfield Road as well as the goal that people still remember and talk about today.
Remember if you can't get to the game tomorrow and you are an iPhone/iPad user you can download Up The Pool via the 'Matchday Digital' App.