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Sneak preview of Sheff Wed programme
Sneak preview of Sheff Wed programme
Friday, 11th Feb 2011 17:02 by Col

Rochdale AFC’s matchday programme – The Voice of Spotland – is back for Saturday’s League One game against Sheffield Wednesday.

The programme has been increased to 76 pages this season, but with the same number of advert pages as last year, meaning there is even more to keep you entertained before, during and after the match.

We start with a front cover image of Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro, who came off the bnch to give Dale a 2-1 lead against Bristol Rovers on Tuesday. As usual, there are the serious and not-so-serious articles, together with the usual high quality pictures from the Dagenham and Leyton Orient games by photographer Daniel Youngs.

Keith Hill gives his thoughts on the win over Bristol Rovers, while we have an exclusive interview with former Dale loanee Josh Lillis.

A new style Dale Quiz has been compiled to test the grey matter and Scrutator is back with his views on what has happened at Liverpool in recent weeks.

Traveller’s Tales reports on the trip to Yeovil, while there are in-depth previews of forthcoming home and away fixtures.

Of course, there are many new features, including The Day I Was Born, where we look back at which Dale player was born just as Dave Sutton took over as permanent manager at Spotland.

Visitors Sheffield Wednesday get nine pages of coverage, with My First Time reflecting on a League Cup tie at Hillsborough over 20 years ago.

All this and much, much more will be in Saturday’s The Voice of Spotland, on sale in the Club Shop and around the ground, priced £3.00.

 

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