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ROVERS PROGRAMME PREVIEW

14 September 2012

Here's what's coming up inside tomorrow's matchday magazine

To celebrate 100 seasons since New Brompton FC changed their name to Gillingham Football Club this season’s programme has a historical theme. 

For each home game our designer Paul Turvey has produced a unique cover, putting his spin on a classic issue from the Gills first hundred seasons. 

For the visit of Bristol Rovers, we’re looking back to the 90's, so tomorrow’s cover focusses on the 1995/96 edition. Inside you can turn to the centre pages for an eight page exclusive souvenir mini programme from that season. 

The centenary celebrations continue with Chris Lynham featuring the night Gillingham debuted on Match of the Day and Richard Day looks back on the 1937/38 campaign in The Good, the Bad and the Gills.

Andrew Ford continues his series charting Gills progress against the Premiership, this week the spotlight is on Chelsea, while Nigel Clark takes a fond look at Bristol Rovers former home Eastville. 
 
Back to the present and we bring you the exclusive thoughts of Chairman Paul Scally and Gills Manager Martin Allen on our record start to a league campaign.

Phill Catterick interviews Gills No 1, shot-stopper Stuart Nelson and player of the month nominee Myles Weston answers our quick fire questions in On The Spot.
 
All this and much, much more, all for just £3.00. The programme is on sale now, so pick up your copy at the GFC Megastore today, or from sellers all around the ground tomorrow. 

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