Look In Tuesday's Edition
Darren O'Dea is on the front of the matchday programme for the visit of Middlesbrough this evening.
The defender sits down to discuss his time in Scotland, Ukraine and Blackpool, and the interview runs across five pages inside.
The Irish international recently agreed a new deal at Bloomfield Road, and is back enjoying his football.
Inside he said: “It's refreshing to come back. This club may be in a bit of trouble, but compared to what I saw out there it's nothing.”
He is joined inside by captain Tony McMahon, who prepares to go up against his boyhood club in the form of Boro.
The defender made over 100 appearances having progressed through the system at The Riverside Stadium, but will now try to topple his former club.
Elsewhere there is an interview with ex Pool defender Ian Hughes, who discusses his memories from his time with Blackpool.
Steve Harrison tackles this week's My Career At Blackpool, while there are the usual contributions from Lee Clark and McMahon.
There is also an exclusive interview with Maximo Park lead singer Paul Smith, who is a livelong Boro fan, while George Friend provides the away perspective.
Designed by O Publishing, the programmes are now available from around Bloomfield Road and are priced at £3.