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Programme Preview: Fulham - Retro Edition

17 April 2015

Saturday's One-Off Special

A special retro edition of the Blackpool FC matchday programme has been produced, recreating the design from the 1969/70 season for Saturday's fixture with Fulham.

Packed inside are interviews with Blackpool legends and current players, as well as a number of one-off features looking back into the history books.

Charlie Adam and Keith Southern are the star names inside, with the pair sharing memories from their time with the club.

Adam discusses his relationship with Blackpool and his sensational strike at Chelsea, while fellow former midfielder Southern takes us through his Time In Tangerine.

The rich history of Fulham FC is reflected inside with an in-depth look at their famous past players and events.

Jamie O'Hara and Peter Clarke provide the contemporary content for The Seasiders, with the pair interviewed inside.

Cover star O'Hara speaks in great detail about the struggles he's endured over his career and his relief to be back playing at Blackpool.

“You appreciate football a lot more when the times are tough,” revealed O'Hara inside.

“I’d have preferred the club to be in a lot better position than what we are, but I’ve still enjoyed playing here because it’s a good club. It’s just a shame how the season has unravelled really.”

Meanwhile, Clarke gives a brutally honest assessment of Pool's season, but remains positive on topics such as the captaincy and his dedicated family. 

Elsewhere, Derek Spence, Paul Hart, Bob Hatton and Mickey Walsh take readers through a famous Pool victory from 1976, when a Fulham side featuring Bobby Moore and George Best lost 3-2 at Bloomfield Road.

Former Fulham midfielder Sean Davis also features inside, discussing his career with the club, which included playing with Lee Clark, and his current role at Craven Cottage.

From the same era Clark picked out the top six talking points from his playing days with The Cottagers and relives his memories.

The one-off edition is designed by O Publishing and is available from around Bloomfield Road at a price of £3. 

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