Owner John Radford has called on ‘belief and focus’ from the whole club in today’s matchday publication ‘The Stag’ ahead our match against Yeovil Town at One Call Stadium this afternoon (3pm).
Our 76-page programme is full of a range of features, and manager Adam Murray speaks of the importance of being back on home turf today, whilst also outlining what improvements he wants his squad to make in the future.
Journalist and Stags' fan Jon Griffin writes one of Johnny Miller’s last ever interviews – the former Stags’ winger sadly passed away recently. Supporters are reminded that they can pay their last respects to Johnny as they are invited to line up outside the club’s entrance gates on Quarry Lane for when the hearse carrying his body passes One Call Stadium, expected at 1.25pm on Friday 11 March.
There’s an interview with Mark Hemingray, director of Football in the Community, which is celebrating its 25th season this campaign – he looks into the ingredients that have made that aspect of the club successful over the years.
Academy manager John Dempster discusses how his youngsters are having to overcome the challenge of no longer being underdogs. Meanwhile, Ryan Tafazolli is next up in the hot-seat for our ‘What If?’ questions.
Seasoned journalist Tim Morriss once again profiles one of the club’s most well-remembered managers, Billy Bingham, whilst experienced Chad writer John Lomas provokes a debate about the importance of local press.
Our matchday publication is available to purchase for just £3 from the Mansfield Town ticket office, the merchandise stall or any of our programme vendors.