You can now buy a print copy by mail order online using Paypal. Once your payment has been received, we will send a copy to the address you specify as soon as possible. U.K. only.
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Once again, the fanzine can be downloaded free of charge, but we are asking people who access it in this way to make a donation to this charity: http://www.aishopeacademy.org/youth-football-academy-africa/soweto
You can donate from this page: http://www.aishopeacademy.org/contact
Further information about our chosen charity, the LegalWise Hope Academy: http://www.ais-africa.co.za/news/latest-news/162-the-grass-is-greener-at-the-legalwise-hope-academy
The fanzine is also be on sale by mail order and available from A. Ross, 58 Lonsdale Road, Ipswich, IP4 4HD. Please send a cheque for £2, payable to A. Ross.
Copies will also be available via eBay. Please look out for further information on Twitter @Turnstile_Blue or @ByMutualConsent or this website.
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Former Town player James Scowcroft wrote an article in The Independent about Darren Eadie and his struggle with depression after retiring from football. It provides one, of many good reasons, why we chose to support this charity. You can read Scowy’s article here: Darren Eadie: Life After Football
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