Black & White issue 4 pre-order available

Julian KellyIssue 4 is on it’s way to the printers this week and should be getting sent around to subscribers by the end of the weekend. Here’s the full list of what’s inside with details of how to pre-order at the bottom of the page!

The issue didn’t actually work out as had been planned. The interview we’ve spent the past two months chasing for whatever reason hasn’t happened, but it’s not something we’re going to give up on so it’ll take place at some point I’m sure!

That said – I’m again really proud of the content we’ve all put together and hope people will feel the same once they get their copies.

I’ve again covered the season so far taking in a managerial dismissal and a winding up order along the way.

Jacob Daniel pleas with readers to notice the efforts of Jeff Hughes.

Youth team prospect Kyle “Scholesy” Dixon has given us an interview, conducted by Dave Fells.

The never happy Andrew Dennis tears apart Ray Trew’s recent message on the Mad board.

I took time to have a rant about the sheer stupidity of Transfer Deadline Days.

Helen Faccio has looked into the pricing of modern football and looks at why people are being priced out.

Julian Kelly took time out from getting back into the team to do an interview with Paul Smith.

30 Years Of Hurt is Ian Marsden’s retrospective look at three decades of supporting Notts.

No one seemed too impressed with three at the back – few less so than Piran Lynn-Smith after the Stevenage fixture.

Paul Smith had a chat with Kevin Pilkington to discuss goalkeepers Bialkowski and Spiess.

Munto was a farce perhaps – but that didn’t stop Luke Williamson from thinking about what might’ve been!

Tranmere fan (the best of a largely vile bunch) Sam Robinson looks at what has his side has had to do to be where they are this season on a small budget.

Keith Curle has gone (if you hadn’t noticed) – Stephen Moore examines where it all went wrong.

Our fourth interview of the month comes from Hamza Bencherif courtesy of Graham Farquharson.

The game at Portsmouth in the league might’ve been postponed initially – but I still walked away with some stories from a day on the ale on the south coast.

Joining me that day was Aston Perrin, and he also went to the Emirates Stadium a fortnight ago and was far from impressed with what he saw.

Alan Combes takes a humourous look at the club’s formation some 150 years ago.

To order your copy, head on over to our webstore where we have also opened up subscriptions again. Issue four is available right here. Also, the very first issue we released is still available online here to give you an idea of what it is we’re putting together!

In the meantime, we still have a small number of copies left of issue three – but these will almost certainly be gone before Notts kick off against Leyton Orient on Wednesday evening so be quick. The link to order from is here.

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