The latest edition of this season’s match day programme is now available to view online!
Salford City welcome Cambridge United to The Peninsula Stadium on Tuesday evening in Sky Bet League Two.
Issue 15 pays homage to Cambridge’s status as one of the world’s leading University cities, and features a University Challenge style Salford line-up.
Musician Tim Burgess fronted The Charlatans, was born in Salford and has authored three books alongside his music discography; Telling Stories, Tim Book Two and One, Two, Another.
Shelagh Delaney was born in Broughton, and was a screenwriter and dramatist who wrote works including A Taste of Honey, The White Bus and Charlie Bubbles. Her work influenced The Smiths’ lead Morrissey.
Third we have John Cooper Clarke who worked as a laboratory technician at Salford Tech, but is famous for his poetry and was awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Salford in 2013.
And lastly is Albert Finney, a multiple award winning actor from Salford who worked with Delaney during a career that saw him star in films such as Scrooge, Annie, Erin Brockovich, Big Fish and Skyfall.
Inside we speak to midfielder Oscar Threlkeld after he made his 50th appearance on Friday in the draw against Harrogate Town.
Under-18s Kelly N’Mai and Lucas Berry talk to us about their season so far, and there is the usual information about the visitors.
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