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The July 2018 edition (PM448) contains 112 pages and includes the usual wide range of features, and many pages of advertising, rare programmes, tickets and badges on offer, and bargains to be had in the hundreds of items on straight sale (first come first served). Contents include MEDIA WATCH Andy Lane’s new venture exposed, The mystique of Football Programmes, WELCOME TO OUR FRIENDS Andrew Dearie reviews programmes featuring German visitors, PETE’S PICTURE PALACE Rest & Relaxation by Peter Hurn, ONE CLUB MAN Scott Cockburn on Hearts home and aways and a look back to the 1962-63 winter, 18 NEWS FROM THE NET Kevin Artlett looks at two sites relating to Brighton & Hove Albion and Grimsby Town, CONTINENTAL TOUR Chris Oakley is off to Austria and Switzerland, ALL THE SAINTS Southampton historians pick out three more famous Saints, JUST THE TICKET Some unusual tickets feature in the latest in the irregular series, EVERTON AWAYS FROM 1989/90 St John Rylance looks at programmes from the Toffees travels almost 30 years ago, MARSHALL’S MUSINGS Robert Marshall on Philatelic Lucky Bags, Arty Postcards and the WSC World Cup team guide, ACTION FROM THE ARCHIVES Huddersfield Town v. Burnley, PROGRAMMES FROM THE CLUBS IN THE FIRST DIVISION IN 1938-39 The first in a two-part contribution by Phil Brough covering the 22 clubs from the top division, EBAY St John Rylance reports on 15 more notable sales, MANCHESTER UNITED MEMORABILIA Leslie Millman on United memorabilia from their 1948 summer tour of Ireland, BOOK REVIEWS On the Brink, Adventures in Scotland’s Golden Age and Proud to be a Baggie – reviews by Peter Berry, Richard Rutherford and John Holroyd NON-LEAGUE REVIEW Phil Brough continues his travels around the Pyramid, SCOTTISH & SUSSEX NON-LEAGUE PROGRAMME AWARDS Ken Morton and Richard Wilson report on the efforts and results from Scotland and Sussex, 52 SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW Lester Medcalf puts Manchester programmes under the spotlight, GOING, GOING, GONE Chris Williams writes about programmes from close season tours, JOCKANORY Having completed the ‘92’ in England Steve Tyler writes about his travels around Scotland, MY FAVOURITE THINGS Mike Hubbert reveals a few of his treasured items – and the programmes he most desires, MY COLLECTION Paul Matz picks out some tickets from his collection.

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