From the publisher:
Issue 11 of the high end quarterly Nottingham Forest magazine, with the spirit of a fanzine.
An Audience with...Steve Sutton (David Marples)
If it happened in the ‘80s, Steve Sutton saw it – and probably saved it.
PART II: Behind Enemy Lines
- Mass Distraction (Phil Juggins)
Outmoded, outdated, outstanding: a football forum love affair.
- “Derby County is Life” (Paul Severn)
Our nearest and dearest on Clough, Attwell, and being ‘shithoused’ by QPR.
- You Must Have Come on a Skateboard (Neil Syson)
The only living boy in New Cross, and the only Forest fan in the New Den.
PART III: Oh Forest, My Forest
- The Song Remains the Same (Nick Miller)
Breaking up is hard to do. Caring in the first place is becoming even harder.
- There’s a Circus in the Town (Julie Pritchard)
My family, and other animals: the anatomy of a rivalry.
- Who Are They? Exactly. (Nigel Huddleston)
It’s 300 miles from Sussex to Accrington. What do you do when the warning lights are blinking?
- My Generation (Matt Oldroyd)
The story of what 1,000 (almost) consecutive games does to a man’s mind and his soul.
- Kicking Shins (Steve Wright)
Why a football club should be so much more than just a football team
- “God is a Concept by Which We Measure Our Pain” (Richard Harrison)
One day you’re the giant, another day his killer. A world without cupsets is a world we don’t want to live in.
PART IV: Bits & Pieces
- The Football Factory: Pt 1 (Peter Blackburn)
Examining academy life, and what became of two of Forest’s brightest young stars.
Note from Stanchion:
Each issue comes with a bunch of free stickers too!