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9 August 2013

Kiosks around ground for new look publication including free poster, plus real ale and burgers at Portman Road

This season’s matchday programme will be sold at kiosks positioned around Portman Road, rather than by individual sellers.

Three kiosks are based in Portman Road, with another two in Sir Ramsey Way. The programmes are also on sale in Planet Blue, and in the new matchday shop Planet Bluey in the Co-op Stand, which is aimed at the younger Town fans, as well as on the South Stand concourse. 

This season’s new look matchday programme will include a giant free poster for supporters, who purchase at the kiosks, with Frank Nouble captured in glorious colour for the Millwall edition. 

Former Town skippers Jason De Vos and Matt Holland will be writing regular columns for the programme with Jason issuing a rallying call to the Blue Army in Saturday’s publication.

Luke Hyam takes on Town fitness coach Andy Liddell in a first round clash of our Brain of Blues challenge, while Scott Loach answers questions from the fans in our Your Number’s Up series. 

Paul Taylor takes us through his road to recovery, with exclusive photos behind the scenes, Freddy Veseli reveals the role Manchester United had on his move to Blues while David October outlines his hopes for the new season. 

Cole Skuse is the cover star, with the midfielder talking in-depth about life at Town on and off the pitch, Jolly Boys’ outings and Sex in the Kitchen!

Daryl Murphy and Carlos Edwards are also featured, with Mick McCarthy looking back on a summer of activity and forward to a top six target in the first of his matchday programme columns.

Another change on matchday is that real ale is now available from The Cask Bar lower Co-op Stand. The beers available are Adnams Broadside and Adnams Ghostship.

Beef Burgers are now available from the following bars: Lower North – Strikers Bar;  Lower Co-op – The Dugout Bar, The Cask Bar and the Touchline Bar; both Lower South stand kiosks.

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