You can now download the programme from our match with Sporting Bengal United by clicking here.

Issue 4 this season is packed with new and exciting content, including:

  • David Chapman on a classic programme, from Leyton against Harwich and Parkeston from 1932.
  • In our Stuff what we liked this week, we’ve Forest supporters on the road, Barking, Billy Cove and Leyton Pennant’s 1997-8 team, and Manchester United.
  • The Non-League Paper’s Adam Ellis tells us about one of his first footballing heroes, and why ultimately, they’ll always let you down.
  • The Beer Hunter looks at our trips to Saffron Walden and Southend Manor.
  • In honour of our opponents Sporting Bengal, we’ve got Shirsho Dasgupta on the forgotten story of Bangladesh’s football revolutionaries, and Quazi Zulquarnain on why Bangladesh is in love with Maradona.

And all the regulars:

  • The editor, Andrzej Perkins
  • Q’s Corner, with manager Qayum Shakoor
  • The Tree Surgeon, Charlie Ward
  • A history of our opponents
  • All the latest statistics

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