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Tomorrow evening's matchday programme

Brian Caffarey - 22nd March 2010

Tomorrow evening's matchday programme We’ve got another packed matchday programme for you tomorrow evening.

Some of the highlights are:

Pages 7-8 – Ian Nicholson profiles Trevor Porter, our window-cleaning goalie coach, and discovers just how highly he rates Ross Worner’s potential:

“Porter speaks passionately about the goalkeepers he has worked with and the list is impressive. Jalal (Bournemouth), Eastwood (Bradford), Pentney (Leicester), Pidgeley (Carlisle), Smith (Swindon) and Poke (Torquay) have all played in the League and others like James Bittner, Aaron Howe and Danny Knowles have done well in the game. Matt Pegler shows a lot of promise but Trevor believes our current number one, Ross Worner, has the potential to be the best keeper he has worked with – including Shwan Jalal and Lenny Pidgeley.”Page 16 – Tom Barnardo recalls our excellent win at The Beveree at the beginning of September

Page 17 – Ben Pennick, in the second part of his two-part article, looks at football as played in some of the more remote parts of the planet. He finds some mind-boggling away games:

“On their travels they [Luch Vladivostock] manage to accumulate…….. well, mostly air miles. One match this season in particular would tax even the most devoted fan. The trip to Baltika Kaliningrad, from the eponymous Russian enclave on the Baltic coast, is a mere 4,575 miles as the Tupolev 204 flies.”

Page 21 – Lewis Hulatt profiles Nathaniel Pinney

Pages 24-25 – Double-page picture of Nathaniel with autograph strip

Page 29 – The Ranter returns and focuses his beady eye on alien conspiracies and human cock-ups

Pages 36-37 – Dennis North highlights some great performances from our Academy sides

Page 42 – Alan Worth looks at how Staines Town viewed the recent double header with their ‘big’ neighbours, Woking.

And, of course, the rest of the programme is packed full with all the usual reports, previews, statistics and great photos.

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