Today’s game against Forest Green Rovers is going to a truly special occasion at Kenilworth Road – and we’ve produced a bumper promotion special programme to mark it!
Inside the 116-page souvenir edition of This Is Our Town – which will cost one pound more than usual at £4 – is all the action and reaction from last weekend’s promotion sealing trip to Carlisle…plus:
- Extended notes from the manager, Nathan Jones, in which he talks about how “immensely proud” he is to lead the Hatters. “I love the club,” writes the gaffer, “it’s in my blood. I’m immensely proud of everyone involved in the club”.
- Scott Cuthbert describes how “it has been a privilege to captain your club this season”, and how the first promotion of his career “has to be up there with the best feelings I’ve had in football”!
- Celebratory notes from all of the club’s directors, including chief executive Gary Sweet who announces several changes for the club next season, including senior personnel in the boardroom
- There’s a 10-page infographic special charting 2020’s achievements during ten years as custodians of the club
- Details and pictures of all the winners from the Supporters’ Trust’s Player of the Year event and the EFL and PFA awards
- A 10-page Review of the Season from the 8-2 win over Yeovil to that magical moment when the final whistle blew up at Brunton Park last Saturday
- Reaction from double player-of-the-year Alan Sheehan, prolific strike trio Danny Hylton, James Collins and Elliot Lee, players’ player of the year Dan Potts, young player of the year Jack Stacey, the double promotion Hatter Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu, away player of the year Harry Cornick, the hometown boy James Justin and scorer of the goal of the season (he also scored against Cambridge back in November) Olly Lee!
- We've got the final Town Team-Mates of the season with Alan McCormack filling us in on his pals in the Hatters changing room
- There are season sign-off columns from physio Simon Parsell and head of sports science Jared Roberts-Smith
- Club historian Roger Wash brings his 50th anniversary look back at the 1967-68 Fourth Division title win to a conclusion by opening up his 'We Are The Champions' scrapbook for the final time
- And the final word goes to Simon Pitts, who writes the last Hold The Back Page column of the season ahead of delivering the final words on the home campaign with his live match commentary on iFollow Hatters
Make sure you pick up your souvenir copy around the ground this afternoon – great value at £4 for 116 pages - and let the promotion party continue!