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Well, here’s part 3 in the list of stuff that is in our current issue.
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DRUMS & WIRES – BERLIN
Our writers are an eclectic bunch of gad-flies and none moreso than Neil Smith aka Emile Strunz, resident super-star DJ of the true faith bunker.
Emile was in that Berlin over the summer, doing his thang and our Drums & Wires stalwart gives us the full low down in one of the world’s coolest cities.
Want Pardew Out? You probably do. Top lad, excellent writer and TF soldier of significant rank, Guy Hannay-Wilson has been speculating who might replace our beleaguered boss. Not to be missed.
GEORDIES HERE, GEORDIES THERE …
Our lot get all over the parish, so when Josh Drane got in touch to tell us all about the Oklahoma City Energy v Sacramento Republic match he’d been to in the US, we pulled back a chair and invited him to type it all up. Another great piece of writing from one of our wanderers!
WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE LIKELY LAD?
Remember Papiss Cisse? So does Taylor Payne and in this piece our Podcast impresario shows he can put a few words down as well with this excellent piece asking what went wrong with Papiss and how it could be put right.
Friends of Alan Pardew look away now.
Ever wonder what happens to our players when they go out on loan? Does it work for them? Mike Ryan has all the answers for you in his piece Loanly Planet.
DRUMS & WIRES – THE LIBERTINES
Chris Brolly spent much of the last 18 months out in Senegal. On his return he went to a gig – it was The Libertines reunion in London. He did us a review for the Drums & Wires pages.
Jack Lingard has joined our ranks of scribblers over the last few issues and he got the gig to assess the strength of our squad, comparing it to this time last season and giving some real intelligent analysis and judgements on where we’re heading in his piece – Moving Forward. Once again delivers on our pledge to inform and entertain. Top fanzine writing here.
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