Issue 8 – Sir Charlie Palmer

SCPIssue 8 is winging it’s way back to us from the printers as we speak so I figured I would post on here just to let readers know what they can expect from what I consider to be our best issue yet.

Through only my own fault issue 7 was a slight mis-step in our time as a fanzine. I’ve been proud of every issue we’ve put out so far however – and so far I don’t think a single writer has let us down – but for me issue 8 is certified bar raiser. Thanks in no small part of course to an exclusive interview with Sir Charlie Palmer, to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the day Notts beat the red lot in 1994.

Sir Charlie Palmer gives Paul Smith an exclusive interview ahead of the 20th anniversary of that most famous of derby wins!

Adam Taylor looks at the need to manage our expectations in the long term.

The Arthur Clamp Story is Dave Fells‘ latest walk down memory lane.

Stuart Brothers takes a trip to Chorley to watch Kyle Dixon play for Grantham Town.

The uses of Jack Grealish & Callum McGregor are Jacob Daniel‘s latest interest.

In a new recurring article, Richard Ogando is the first to recount his three favourite Notts moments.

Matt Alexander lifts the lid on his time at Notts having recently departed.

Nigel Nattrass puts Shaun Derry under the microscope, whilst John McGee does similar with Greg Abbott.

Whether football supporters human rights actually exist is the topic of Aston Perrin‘s piece.

Danny Hutchinson tests your knowledge of the season so far.

Dave Fells pays his respects to Tony Hateley.

Take Danny Hutchinson‘s Quiz Of The Season so far.

Helen Faccio puts across why the team needs our support more than ever right now.

The League One relegation dogfight takes the attention of Drew Dennis.

Back in charge of Away Days, Sean Redgate reminisces over Brescia.

New Nottingham Post Notts correspondent Leigh Curtis introduces himself.

Three away wins in the league for the whole of 2013 – Stuart Brothers looks for some highlights.

Dean Fido examines both league encounters with Sheffield United this season.

Full to the brim with great articles, I seriously can’t wait until people have this in their hands. If all is well, it’ll be back from the printers on Friday just in time to go on sale outside and the turnstiles at Molineux before the Wolves game.

In the meantime, you can of course pre-order online from this link – or better yet you can secure this and future copies by subscribing here.

Thanks for reading!

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