Ivan Toney on the cover of Sunday’s match schedule – News
Premier League season number 16, now available to buy online, features in-depth interviews with Ivan Toney, Dean Holdsworth and Nathan Young-Coombes.
A kick with the boys. A pantomime villain on our adventures across the country, Ivan continued to lead from the front in the Premier League:
“I feed off the fans who attack me. It was the same in Ligue 1, people said I had a pineapple on my head. Any fans out there would say so. It just gave me more motivation to score and point to my head! All the people who say “he only scores penalties” also help; I just have another chance to piss them off! I missed those times when matches were played behind closed doors. I love interacting with fans.
story boys. A key member of Phil Holder’s side, Dean Holdsworth scored 38 goals in the 1991/92 season. From his powerful partnership with Gary Blissett to an unforgettable afternoon in Peterborough, Dean sat down with Dan Long to reflect on a memorable chapter in his life and career:
“We had a good time, but I think the respect and camaraderie between the players was so strong that we all looked at each other a bit of a Ocean 11 time, when they go out and they’re at the Bellagio. We actually achieved what we wanted to achieve and you pull away and you’re like, “Well, I’m ready for another one!” This little gold medal has a big impact on your life.
play with freedom. With the Middlesex FA Senior Challenge Cup final on the horizon, striker Nathan Young-Coombes is hoping to send the B team back to silverware:
“My personality is suited to this Club and its staff. Sometimes my personality can be a bit of a barrier to what some may think of me, but the staff here allow me to be myself and that’s what makes me give 100% every day. I know they give it back to me too.
Also included in tomorrow’s issue:
- Thoughts of Thomas Frank
- The truth about West Ham
- Fresh off the press with Roshane Thomas of Athleticism
- One foot in both camps: Saïd Benrahma
- A bare memory lane
- View from the North Stand
- From archive
- Coach Karleigh
- The Last Word with Ben Burgess
Costing £4, our vendors around the stadium are now accepting contactless payments. Programs are also available at The Bees merchandise kiosk on Lionel Road South and The Bees supermarket.
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