From the publisher:
Well here it is, Issue 4 of Turnstiles Magazine. 68 pages crammed with superb footy content! And if you’re in the first 80 orders you’ll be in the hat for a lovely prize!!
We’ve got a bit of everything in Issue 4 for your reading pleasure, take a look -
Newton’s Force - The story of Blackburn Rovers, Everton, Burnley and England player Keith Newton
Cockney Rebel - Conversation with footballer Garry Thompson about his old teammate Les Sealey
A Spezial interview - Turnstiles Magazine talks exclusively to adidas Spezial designer Gary Aspden on his work with the iconic brand and his love of football
Best in the business - The story of legendary physio Jimmy Headrige
A Wee Man, A Yellow Ball and A Lap of the Earth - We follow the epic groundhopping adventures of one man and his son as they visit 100 grounds across 4 countries
And if that’s not enough we also have superb articles on
Stewards, Workington AFC, Referees, Archibald Leitch, A Football tourists guide to Nottingham, Liverpool F.C, Football Statues, The birth of the FA Cup, Are you too old to wear replica shirts?, Programme collecting, Cup upsets and Secret ‘hing
Plus regular features - Football Fabric, Action Shot, Groundhoppers of the world unite…, Focus on, 11 of the best, 80’s Footballers Ageing badly, Flashback and Book review
PLUS FREE PULL OUT POSTERS AND STICKERS!!
Go on, you know you want to walk through the Turnstiles!
“It’s bloody ace” - a satisfied reader of Issue 1
“great magazine - manages to entertain those looking for nostalgia but with a modern twist - the stickers and postcard are a great bonus” - a satisfied reader of Issue 2
“What a fantastic publication. Cracking couple of nice extra touches in the delivery. Retro nostalgia fanzine vibes” - a very satisfied reader of Turnstiles
“An absolutely superb read. Thoroughly enjoyed receiving the Yorkshire issue for Christmas. I also loved getting a sticker of Gerry Taggart!” - A glowing review from a reader of Issue 3
"If you’ve not gotten a copy yet, the only acceptable excuse is that it’s still in the mail and just hasn’t arrived" - a huge statement from one our readers