Our digital-only issue with ALL profits going to charity (The UHNM and The Douglas Macmillan Hospice) is out soon.

DETAILS (dates subject to change)

Pre-order – hopefully at the start of next week

Out – hopefully around 19th April

A bumper 52 pages

Price is £3 or …… should you wish to donate a bit more you can either buy multiple issues at £3 per issue or send a donation by Paypal to but make it out to Friends and Family when it asks you, so they don’t take a % away. Put your name and email on a note on there, too.

What’s inside this special issue:

An exclusive interview with Potters’ star THIBAUD VERLINDEN

We chat to ex-SKY Sports and Talksport broadcaster NATALIE SAWYER about her love for Brentford

Rich’s Pickings: Jamo looks at football and what he’s missing about football and The Potters

Every step along the way: Our diary of the season – March/April 2020

100%ers: We look Justin Whittle’s four years at Stoke

The joy of six: Dave Proudlove’s feature on Potters’ games where we have notched half a dozen goals

Hac to the future: A stunning look at how the Hacienda influenced the life of Stokie and house DJ-ing legend Tom Wainwright

12th Man Syndrome: Are us Stokies doing enough in the stands? Ronan McGovern wants us to bring the noise again.

Community Spirits: Stokie James Knowles has recently opened a pub. It’s a beaut.

Harry the hero: John Leonard’s poignant tribute to the late Harry Gregg.

No man’s land: A Stokie in the south west Midlands

Crafty: The Beerdman looks at how the current situation is affecting the world of ale

Bohemian Rhapsody: Stokie Jonathan Davies talks about being a professional football coach in Prague.

Martinmas: Penny Stanley looks at Stoke fixtures played on a certain date.

F.O.M.O:  Or Fear Of Missing Out. Tim Gallimore on the Stoke games he wishes he’d been too and the ones he’s delighted he actually did go to.

Writers Block 19: Dave Gould looks at Stoke home games from his vantage point in the back right side of the Boothen

Trainer Spotter: We talk to the lovely folk at Walsh trainers.

A month in time: Orfy harks back to April 2003. One of the most important months in modern Stoke City history.

Cradle…..: Our featured Stokie is the lovely David Cowlishaw.

Plus loads more…….