Deadline Day signing Ricky Miller speaks exclusively to The Stag this week and you can purchase your copy for just £3 at this Saturday’s game against Colchester United!
The Stag is our award-winning matchday magazine and is packed full of exciting news and features for supporters to browse.
The 80-page publication is available for just £3 from our ticket office on Quarry Lane, the merchandise stall outside the Sandy Pate Sports Bar, or from any of our mobile magazine sellers.
And the feature interview is with striker Ricky Miller, who joined the club on loan until the end of the season from Peterborough United in January.
Miller, 28, scored 45 goals for National League side Dover last year and he says in The Stag that he is determined to now prove himself at EFL level.
There’s also a FREE pull-out poster of the striker, located in the middle of the magazine.
Chairman John Radford pens his column to supporters and he gives an insight into the reasoning behind the appointment of David Flitcroft as the club’s new manager.
The gaffer also writes to supporters via his magazine column and thanks the Stags’ faithful for the warm reception he received before Tuesday’s draw against Lincoln.
Academy manager John Dempster speaks to The Stag about the new manager’s appointment and his hopes for a fruitful relationship between the first team and the academy on page 31.
There is also an exclusive announcement on our ladies’ page regarding a new initiative set to be rolled out at One Call Stadium in the coming weeks. Purchase a copy of The Stag to find out more!
Frontman Jimmy Spencer tackles the Stags’ A-Z as he reveals his likes and dislikes, whilst two more supporters go head-to-head in Going for Gold.
There’s another nine pages of content on Saturday’s visitors Colchester United, including six little-known facts in The Lowdown and former U’s midfielder and current media manager David Gregory names his best XI.
Former winger Jim McCaffrey is the focus of Stags in Shot and supporters can view some previously unseen photos of One Call Stadium on page 66-67.
Furthermore, manager David Flitcroft will be signing five copies of The Stag and if you’re lucky enough to purchase an autographed edition, you’ll win two free tickets to our Good Friday match against Accrington Stanley!
All you need to do is take your signed copy to the ticket office where our staff will verify the signature and present you with two free tickets.