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The Board 

Chairman Cralg Hemmings 

Finance Duectar Kevin Abbott 

Non-Execullve Directors Anthony Hughes, 

David Robinson. David Taylor (Deputy Chairman) 


Football 

Manager Alex Nell 

First Team Coaches Frankle McAvoy, 
Steve Thompson 

Goalkeeping Coach Mike Pollltt 
Head Physio Matthew Jackson 
Assistant Physio Tim Horn 

Funess Coach Dr Tam uttle 
Masseurs Colin Ashcrolt, John Sumner 
Sports Science Luke Hemmings 
Club Doctor Dr Dominic Lakeland 
Head of Recruitment Joseph Savage 
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Administratlan 

Club Secretary and Head of 

Communications Ben Rhodes 

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Head of Community and Education Trust Tom 
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Ticket Office Manager. SLO. DLO Hannah Woodbum 
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Academy 

Academy Manager Nick Harmison 

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Head of Coaching Matt Craddock 
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Roll Of Honour 

Founded 1480 

Founder Member of The Football Leaque 1888 
League Champions 1889, 1890 

FA Cup Winners 1889, 1938 

War Cup Winners 1941 

FA Cup Finallsts 1888, 1922, 1937, 1954, 1964 
Lancashire Challenge Cup Winners 1687, 1893, 1895, 
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First Dansion Runnet-Up 1891, 1892, 1893, 1906, 1953, 1958 
Second Tier Champions 1904, 1913. 1951 

Third Tier Champlons 1971, 2000 

Fourth Tier Champions 1996 

Third Ter Thitd Place Promotion 1978 

League One Play-Off Winner 2015 

Fourth Ter Runner-Up 1987 


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CONTENTS | 


The First Half 


09 Sean Maguire 
The Irish forward speaks 
to The One And Only 
11 Ryan Ledson 

A big chat with the 
Liverpudlian midfielder. 
25 Royal Result 


A look at the trip to 
the Madejski Stadium. 


28 Quickfire Qs 
Scott Sinclair answers 
our career questions. 


32 Fab Four 

A look at some of the 

Owls key players. 

35 Manager Focus 

A look at the last four Sheffield 
Wednesday managers. 

36 Owls Timeline 

A laok back through the 
history of our visitors. 

40 Young Fans 


A test of young fans’ 
knowledge of the Owls. 


The Second Half 


45 The 300 Club 


We take a look at another 
member of this exclusive group. 
48 50 Years Ago 


Mike Payne looks back to the 
Promation winning team of 1971. 


52 POTY Winners 
More interviews from previous 
player of the year winners. 
36 Academy Report 


A look back the youth team’s 
most recent game. 


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64 Junior Whites 
Atest for our younger 

fans, with the quiz. 

66 Community Trust 
Latest news from the 

club's official charity. 

76 Snap That! 


Some more fantastic shots 
from our club photographer. 
82 This ls Deepdale 
lan Rigby looks at events when 
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It is good to be back after the international break. | am writing 
these notes at the start of the week, but we have used the 
time for both rest and reflection. 


I ooking back on the 
| games before the 

break; we went from 

a performance against 
Reading where the whole team 
were excellent, to Rotherham, 
where we didn't reach the same 
standards. 


| have said many times to the 
media lately, that you need 
seven or eight players to play 
well to get 4 result in this division 
and at the Madejski Stadium, 
everyone put in a good 
performance, Dut at Rotherham 
we were all disappointed by our 
lack of composure. 


We have had two weeks to 
reflect on this and work on 
things to prepare for two home 
games in the space of a few 
days, where we will be looking 
to gel positive results. 


The rest of the international 
break was vital. | have spoken a 
lot recently about the need for 
the EFL to have another look at 
the rule about substitutes and 

it was No surprise to again hear 


both Jurgen Klopp and Pep 
Guardiola say the sarne thing 
after their last game before the 
two-week gap. 

We are asking players to do 
something that has never 

been done before, in terms of 
playing so many games in such 
a squashed time space and we 
need to protect them and the 
integrity of the competition. 


We all want to see the best 


players playing for all the teams. 


but at the moment it is no 
surprise that we are seeing an 
increased number of injuries 
throughout the leaque — we 
are not the only ones who have 
suffered. 


Thank you for your continued 
support. With the second 
national lockdown still having 
almost two weeks to go, 
hopefully we can provide 
something positive this 
afternoon, wherever you are 
watching or listening. 


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PLAYER INTERVIEW [ 





And Waiting 


Sean Maguire admits he has a different mindset to 
earlier in his career, as he now only focuses on the 


positive. 


he striker, 26, has been 

away with Ireland for 

much of the last fortnight 

for games versus England, 

Wales and in Ireland, but 
he is now back and looking positively 
at the upcoming fixtures for the 
Lilywhites, admitting he only takes a 
positive approach to his preparations 


“| do have a different mindset,” he said. 
"A couple of years ago, | would nave 
taken it hard, but now | take it a lot 
better. some of it is because | am older 
and wiser and it's also about looking 

at tife as a whole. | guess | am different 
after my best mate took his own life a 
few years ago. That was tough 


“Now, if | have a bad game, ! try and 
push it to one side and get on with that 
comes next. Life is too short to dwell 
on things.” 


The Republic of Ireland frontman. who 
got a late call-up for his country during 
the international break, was on the 
bench for the Championship opener 
against Swansea and started the next 
four games, but the form of Danish 
frontman Emil Riis, who signed for PNE 
on October Ist, has meant there is extra 
competition to lead the line. 


“Emil has had a massive impact and 
yOu want to see that. You don't want 
to lose your place, but he has hit the 
ground running. It’s strong up front as 
scotty [Sinclair] has five goals, Pottsy 
(Brad) has a couple and then there is 
Jayden [Stockley], Josh [Harrop], Tom 
Barkhuizen and Louis Moult is coming 
back. 


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“it's really competitive, but | relish that. 
It means you are not going through the 
motions in training without realising it 
but you have to impress all the time. 


“I'm one of the more experienced 
figures in the changing room, | am 

in my fourth season here, and | am 
clinging on to a place on the young 
team against the older players in 
training! 

“| understand, though. that i have to 
bide my time and hopefully when | get 
a chance again. | will shine. 


“There is a big couple of months 
coming up, we have eight matches in 
December. and we all need to be firing 
on all cylinders.” 


Looking back at the season so far. 
Sean said: “| tnink we have done okay, 
obviously our home form needs to 
improve, but there are still a lot of 
positives to take from the opening 1] 
games and hopefully we will have 
Davo [Ben Davies] and Pearo {Ben 
Pearson] back soon. 


“By the end of December, we 
will have a better idea of where 
we are, 


‘| think the Championship is the most 
entertaining league in the world, as it’s 
sO unpredictable. 


“Taday’s game is massive as. if 
Sheffield Wednesday have a new 
manager, they will want to impress 
and we want to get three points at 
home as quickly as possible.” @ 


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yan Ledson has had to be 
patient in his PNE career — 
and now it’s paying off. 


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Last season, he made 17 appearances, 
but the strong statistic is that, following 
lockdown in March, he played almost 
every game in July and has continued 
that form into the current campaign. 


“| knuckled down in lockdown,” said 
the 23-year-old. “t got myself a lot fitter, 


| felt superfit, as there wasn't a lot else 
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“We had training schedules to follow 
from fitness coach Tom Little and, when 
allowed, me, Barky [Tom Barkhuizen) 
and Raff (Joe Rafferty) used to run 
together and, to be honest, we got 
Ourselves in good nick! 


“Like everyone else, j struggled in 
lockdown, as! ama Teally social 
person, | like chatting and mixing with 
friends and family. | was at home with 


my dad, mum and sister, so | didn't 
have it too bad, but mentally it was 
colle lam 


“Physically, | came back in good shape 
and I got into the team and | have been 
able to carry it on into this season." 


It was a relief for the Merseyside-born 
player who recently signed a new PNE 
contract until the end of the 2022/23 
season. 


Ryan came through the ranks with 
Everton, where he was from the age of 
five, and made two unused substitute 
appearances for the first team before 
his debut in the Europa League in 2014 
- it was his only match for the Toffees. 


He went on loan to Cambridge United 
and then to Oxford United before he 
signed permanently for the League 
One side having just turned 19 In 2016. 


By the time Ryan was 20, he had 
played almost 100 EFL games which 
attracted the attention of PNE - but he 
has had to bide his time to regularly 
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Key Moment 


Ryan Ledson’s 57th game for 
the Lilywhltes, was a red letter 
day, as the midfielder got his 
first goal in a PNE shirt, last time 
out against Rotherham United. 
It didn't provide the result he 
wanted, but he hopes it will be 
the first of many to come. 














: : “When you go to a new club, you want to 
be playing all the time. 


"You see players who make a big move 
and then don't play and end up moving on 
or fall by the wayside 


“| didn't want that to be me, | knuckled 
down and | am enjoying a run of games at 
the moment. 


“Previously | have had a run of maybe two 
or three games on the bounce and then 
dropped out and you need maybe four or 
five which | have thankfully been given. 


“| have had to be patient. | had stepped up 
to a higher level, but now | feel | am fully 
equipped to play in the Championship. | 
know what it's about and | believe | can do 
well in this league 


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“There are a lot of games Coming up and 
| am aware, | may be on the bench or not 
even in the squad as there will be a need 
to rotate, but | have been through it and | 
understand. 






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“Brad héd a very similar route to coming 
here to me. 


“He had played a lot of games at his 
Previous clubs and then was in and out of 
the team here, which we both understood. 
Its a higher level with a bigger squad and 
better players. 


“With our backgrounds, we kept each 
other's heads up, we were going through it 
together which helped and now obviously 
we are both playing at the same time.” 


Ryan admits he is Quite a big character in 
the PNE dressing room, 


‘I would like to think | am the same person 


whether 1am playing or not. | am quite 
lively and love a laugh, 


| have always said football is the best job 
in the world. 


“YOu come in 


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“Every day, | love coming into training. 
there is no job like it. We are tight knit 
and, since a group of new players came 
in, including Pottsy, Jayden Stockley and 
Joe Rafferty in January 2019, there has 
only been a couple of additions in Scotty 
[Sinclair] and Emil [Riis], so we are really 
tight. we know each other well. 


“Saying that. | do feel for Emil, he couldn't 
have been picked to sit between two 
worse people in the dressing room 

in Jayden and me. | don't think he 
understands us, but he is getting used to 
our humour! 


“On the field he has been brilliant for us so 
far and, although he is a quiet lad, he has 
fitted in perfectly” 


While Ryan has been patient for a place, 
he has also been patient for a PNE goal. 
but thankfully that came in the last game 
although unfortunately it was the 2-] loss at 
Rotherham. 


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He had scored four goals in his Oxford 
career — one that won the goal of the 
season in his final year with United. 


“| think that was more due to the occasion, 
as it was the 94th minute winner at 
Charlton into the away end. 


“It was the edge of the box and it was a 
good finish. | will give myself that! 


“| was glad to get off the mark for North 
End, it's something | have needed to add 
to my game. 


"| don't score many, but hopefully that's the 
start of at least a few more. 


"We had talked about it before the season 
started — about the full backs, the centre 
halves and the midfielders chipping in with 
more goals and hopefully we can do that 
more and more this season to help the 
team out.” 


All the attention is now on today’s clash 
with Sheffield Wednesday, who had their 12 
point deduction cut to six points this month 
and are now 23rd in the league table. 


PNE will be looking for their first points at 
Deepdale this season. 


“For us this season has been up and down 
so far,” said Ryan. 


“Today is a game we need to win, 

but potentially they could have a new 
manager, getting points back will give 
them a boost and they have some good 
players. 


“Obviously, our home form needs 
improving. 

“| don't know the reason for our home 
form, it is difficult without the fans and we 
want them back sooner rather than later, 
but once you get out onto the football 
pitch, you get involved in the game. 


“{ don't think we are far off and hopefully it 
will come today.” 


And he hopes they can celebrate with the 
return of the PNE coffee club soon, 


“1 loved our coffee club at the docks in 
Preston, but it's had to stop again now — 
we got it back for a few weeks. 


“Luckily we got a coffee machine in our 
new training ground at Euxton, so it keeps 
US ticking over. 


“We want the coffee club back, we can't 
wail to have the fans back and we want to 
have a right goad go this season.” @ 





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EFL Sky Bet Champlonship 

Date: Wednesday 28th October 2020 

Klck-Olf: 7pm 

Venue: Deepdale 

Referee: Mr D Bond 

PNE lIne-up: Rudd, Rafferty, Hughes, Ledson [Barkhuizen. 
64], Bauer (Huntington, 46], Storey, Sinclair, Browne |c]. Riis, 


Johnson. Potts (Harrop, 55). 
Subs not used: Ripley. Earl, Stockley, Maguire. 





Millwall IIne-up: Bialkowski, M Wallace, Hutchinson [c]. 
Cooper, J Wallace. Romeo, Zohore (Bradshaw, 75], Malone. 
Leonard, Woods, Bennett (Bodvarsson, 72]. 

Subs not used: Fielding. Thompson, Smith, Ferguson. Mahoney. 






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How Things Played Out 


PNE were left frustrated by Millwall, who scored twice 
in the second half to take the points at Deepdale. 


The visitors, led by captain Alex Pearce, in the 
absence of Gary Rowett and his first team coaching 
staff, took the lead on 54 minutes, when they broke 
and Jed Wallace got space down the right to cross for 
Kenneth Zohore to fire home from ten yards out. 


Alex Neil added Josh Harrop and Tom Barkhuizen into 
the attacking options — Ledson and Potts making way 
— and the latter had the best chance to draw his side 

level, at the half's mid-point. 


A superb bali from Daniel Johnson found the run of 
Barkhuizen, who chested the ball into his path, but his 
effort to lift the ball over Bialkowski was On the stretch 
and this allowed the ‘keeper to smother the ball away 
to safety. 


With seven minutes left the game was put out of 
reach when Wallace seemed to just fall over in the 
penalty area when trying to shoot and referee Darren 
Bond decided that Barkhuizen had fouled the winger, 
who got up and sent Declan Rudd the wrong way. 





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Preston North End 4-2 Birmingham City 


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EFL Sky Bet Championship 

Date: Saturday 3lst October 2020 

Kick-Off: 3pm 

Venue: Deepdale 

Referee: Mr T Harrington 

PNE line-up: Rudd, Fisher (Rafferty, 65}, Hughes, Gallagher 
{Ledson, 62]. Bauer, Storey. Barkhuizen, Jonnson, Stockley 
(Riis. 76], Browne (c], Harrap. 

Subs not used: Ripley, Maguire. Sinclair, Potts. 


How Things Played Out 


A wonder-goal from Jayden Stockley was 
unfortunately not enough for the Lilywhites as 
Birmingham City grabbed a late win at Deepdale. 


The home side faced an early set back as Jonathan 
Leko burst through the middie and found Lukas 
Jutkiewicz, who in turn played the ball across goal for 
Australian Riley McGree to fire home from 12 yards out. 


PNE were on parity at the half's mid-point as a quick- 
thinking driven pass from Declan Rudd, in the direction 
of Tom Barkhuizen, was headed up in the air by City 
skipper Harlee Dean and Stockley brought it down 
with his chest, before allowing it to bounce and hitting 
the lofted ball up and over Etheridge into the top 
left-hand corner of the goal at the Bill Snankly Kop end 
from 30 yards out. 


Alan Browne and Barkhuizen went close either side of 
half-time for PNE, but the visitors scored what proved 
to be the winner with five minutes left on the clock as 
Mikel San Jose delivered a quick cross from the right 
and substitute Gary Gardner headed home with his 
first touch past Rudd. 


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Birmingham City line-up: Etheridge, Pedersen, Roberts. 
Jutkiewicz, Dean [c]. Leko (Bela, 57), Sanchez, McGree 
(Gardner, 84]. San Jose, Dacres-Cogley [Colin. 85], Sunjic. 
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Match Action 
Reading 0-3 Preston North End 


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EFL Sky Bet Championship 

Date: Wednesday 4th November 2020 

Kick-Off: 7pm 

Venue: Madejski Stadium 

Referee: Mr | Brooks 

Reading |Ine-up: Cabral (c], Esteves {Yiadom, 76). Richards. 
Morrison, Mcintyre, Olise (Baldock, 71], Rinomhota, Joao, 
Aluko [Puscas, 68], Laurent. Semedo. 


Subs not used: Walker, Gibson, Tetek, Watson. 














PNE line-up: Rudd. Fisher, Rafferty, Ledson. Storey. 
Huntington, Sinclair (Barkhuizen, 76], Johnson, Riis. 
Browne [c], Potts. 


Subs not used: Ripley, Earl, Harrop, Gallagher, Stockley, Maquire. 











How Things Played Out 


Preston North End maintained their fantastic away 
form with a fourth straight win on their travels. 


Three minutes into the second half North End were 
awarded a penalty when Emil Riis was dragged back 
by Mcintyre. however, Rafael Cabral saved Daniel! 
Johnson's spot kick with his feet. 


On the hour mark Brad Potts looked to have put PNE 
in front as Ryan Ledson’s cross from the right went 
to the back post, but again somehow Cabral got 
something in the way to keep it out. 















PNE finally took the lead on 65 minutes. After some 
brilliant work, Joe Rafferty found Scott Sinclair, who 
stretched out a toe to finally get it past Cabral. 








It was 2-0 just two minutes later and Riis had his first 
goal for the club. It was a superb ball from Ledson 
and the striker ran at Mcintyre, got goal side of the 
defender and drilled the bal! under Cabral. 


In the second minute of injury time. Riis won the ball 
and sent Tom Barkhuizen away and his perfectly 
weighted ball found Brad Potts, who smashed into the 
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his chance nine games into 

the campaion and has been 

the preferred chcice in recent 
weeks. The 24-year-old came 
through the Academy with 
Wednesday, his boyhood club, 
but has had to settle for a place 
on the bench for the majority of 
his career so far. He had his best 
run in the team in the 2017/18 
Campaign as he played 26 
games and he'll he hoping he’s 


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missed him through October 
2020 as the Owls gained just four 
points from five in his absence 
through injury. The defender 
who can play at centre half and 
at right back, returned to the side 
before the international break 
though and will be hoping now 
for an injury-free season. The 
former Wolves man has history at 
Deepdale, having been sent off 
in a 3-3 draw at the end of th 
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Izzy 


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with fitness this season is 
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of his career on loan away 

from Stamford Bridge but has 
made an Impression during 
those spells. He was part of 
David Wagner's Huddersfield 
side, who earned promotion to 
the Premier League, while last 
season he helped Luton Town 
to avoid the drop to League 
One. He'll be hoping to do the 
same for Wednesday, whose job 
has been made easier after an 
appeal reduced thelr deduction 
from 12 points to six. 


Brown made his debut for West 
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went on to the Blues In the same 


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Callum 
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Wednesday were left short on 
the striker front this summer 
after the departure of almost all 
of their forwards including top 
scorer Steven Fletcher, Atdhe 
Nuhiu and loanee Alessio Da 
Cruz. They were linked with 
many front men during the 
transfer window and were 
successful in thelr pursult of 
Callum Paterson from Cardiff 
City. The Scotland international 
was used as something of a 
utility man for the Bluebirds, 
belng signed as a defender. 
but often being used up top 
for Neil Warnock’s side in their 
promotion-winning season. 


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times over the Course of two seasons. His 
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Wolves. 


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: champions for the second year funning. 


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i Wednesday aad another FA Cup title 
(to Cap off a strong decade for the club. 
beating Everton in the Finai. 


6 1929 


The Weanesday Footbal! Club change 
their name to Sheffield Wednesaay 
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winners, while in the l2ague they 
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Paul Gallagher recently became a member of the elite 300 Club 
- playing 300 games for PNE. Mike Payne takes a look at the 
other members, in this edition well-respected Bob Holmes. 


Bob Holmes 


Over 100 years ago, in the sporting world, the 
name of Bob Holmes was as revered then as 
Tom Finney’s is today. Well-respected, he did 
everything in football. He won the league, won 
the FA Cup, captained club, country and the 
Football League. He later coached and trained 
various clubs as well as being a registered 
referee and linesman. 


His playing career started off with local side, 
Preston Olympic, prior to joining North End 
Reserves in 1884, He made his debut with the 
first team at Wigan on March 30th 1885, in a mid- 
week 5-0 win, followed by another appearance 
on Good Friday, versus Acton of London, at 
Deepdale, which also resulted in a 5-0 win. 


Over the next couple of seasons the 

young reserve full back managed 38 more 
appearances in the North End defensive ranks, 
including a 19-0 win over Earlestown Wanderers. 


Holmes, who sported a grand moustache, learnt 
so much from his captain, Nick Ross, who also 
played full-back. When Ross was persuaded 

to go to Everton in 1888, Holmes claimed 

the position for himself and formed a great 
defensive partnership with fellow Prestonian, 
Bob Howarth. 


By the time the inaugural Football Leaque 
season kicked off in September 1888, Holmes 
had already played in a losing FA Cup Final. 
represented Lancashire and had been capped 
by England. 


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Well over a decade later. he had amassed 295 
league appearances for North End. scoring one 
single goal in his distinguished career. 


North End kept his registration as an amateur 
and, as such, he played another five games to 
reach the 300 mark, the first North Ender to do 
so. He proudly represented England on seven 
occasions, his last three as captain. 


In fact, during his final international match, versus 
lreland in 1894, he was injured and consequently 
missed three leaque games for North End. 


He became a publican in the Preston area. 

At the end of April 900 he played for an ‘Old 
Invincibles’ team against the then current Preston 
team in George Drummond's testimonial match 
and he actually scored again, in a 3-1 win. 


His Own benefit match had been held on 
the November 4th 1895, in a friendly against 
Liverpool. 


Holmes became President of the Preston 

& District Amateur League in April 1903 and 
began coaching at a few public schools such 
as Stoneyhurst College, near Preston and St 
Vincent's College in Castleknock, Dublin. 


At the weekends, he travelled back to England 
to officiate in games as either referee or 
linesman. He was highly respected, and he 
played a major part in the foundation of the 
original Association Footballers Union. 

Bob, who lived in Deepdale Road, became the 
trainer at Blackburn Rovers and kept the post for 
eight years. resigning in October 1913. 


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es? Well, Preston North End did just that on their way to 

becoming second division champions for the 1950/51 season. Not only did North End 

win the title they set a new club record by winning 14 consecutive league games. This 
series will lead you through the journey back to top flight football. 


' of their opening eight gam 


It was from a Finney 
centre that North 
End edged in front 
on 40 minutes as 
Horton gleefully took 


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was to the liking of Tom 
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handed and so it proved. 


The visitors had two players in their 
ranks who were to make big names 
for thernselves in later life, Ron 
Greenwood. who was to manage 
West Ham and England and Jimmy 
Hill, who seemed to hold every role 
in football after finishing his playing 
Career. On their left wing was Harry 
Anders’ brother, Jimmy, who played 
Many wartime games for the North 
End before being transferred to 
Brentford. 


The LEP sports writer Walter 
Pilkington was never one to shy 
away from saying what he thought. 


Preston North End won this game 
4-2, but he still came Out with the 


stalement “The hom : 
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fine efforts from Charlie 
Wayman, Ken Horton, 
Quigley and Morrison. 


Despite it being a trying start. 
Brentford showed resilience and 
composure to hit back with Hill 
twice making Malcolm Newlands 
dive full stretch to keep the ball out. 


It was NO surprise then when Dare 
put the visitors in front with a snap 
shot from close range after 14 
minutes, 


To the relief of the near $0,000 
crowd, North End swiftly equalised 
within a minute through Wayman 
after a good right wing move. 
North End then treated the crowd 
to some subtle and scintillating 
approach play with Finney and 
Quigley the chief instigators. 


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Horton before half-time 


The referee had to have 
words with Latimer after 
fouling Finney yet again! Goals from 
Wayman [63 minutes} and Dare 
(65 minutes] kept the supporte’s 
on their toes and it took a Finney 
penalty on 75 minutes to finish 

the Bees off. It was reported thet 
Gaskell had made 15 saves despre 
conceding four goals. 


PNE: Newlands; Walton, Scott 
Docherty, Mattinson. Forbes, 
Finney, Horton, Wayman. Quigiey 
Morrison. 

BRENTFORD: Gaskell; Monk. 
Quinton; Latimer, Greenwood. ; 
Manley; Dare, Harper. Pointon. Ht". 


Anders. 


North End, having won three 
games in succession, travelled 
down to bottom of the table Luton 
to play the ‘Hatters’ without the 
Services of Tom Finney. He was 
Nursing an ankle injury, but even if 
he had been fit he would still have 
been an absentee in this game as 
he had been Selected to represent 
England. North End turned outin 


their change kit of blue shirts due 
to the colour clash. 


oe poked keen straight from the 
1 and, although the pitch was 
y, the ball was lively! 
a back Bill Scott found right- 
Sipe troublesome in the 
contven: of the game. Both sides 
© play good purposeful 


beyond Forbes, but shot directly at 
Newlands. 


The ‘Hatters’ were made to pay for 
this miss as. on 17 minutes, Horton 
gave North End the lead. 


Morrison had pounced onto a 
sliced kick by goalkeeper Hughes, 
rounded his marker and coolly set 
up the chance for Preston-born 
Horton, possibly against the run of 
play, but that is how it goes when 
you are holding the rest of the 
division up. 

North End were prevented from 


extending their lead later in the first 


half by way of a capital full length 
dive by Hughes from Morrison's 
effort having been put through 

by Quigley. He also stopped 
goalbound shots from Anders and 


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Anders moved over to the left 
wing and soon set up North End's 
second goal for Wayman. North 
End should have pressed for more 
goals. but strangely cid not. 

Luton still played with pride and 
as the final whistle was looming 
Glover pulled a consolation goal 
back for the home team. It was 
North End’s fourth consecutive win 
and Luton's seventh defeat. 
LUTION TOWN: Hughes; Cooke. 
Aherne: Watkins, Owens, Shanks; 
Stobbart. Kiernan, Morton. Taylor. 
Glover. 

PNE: Newlands; Walton, Scott: 
Docherty, Mattinson, Forbes: 
Angaers, Horton, Wayman. 
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to Deepdale to face a PNE side 
unbeaten at home and, by half- 
time, North End should have been 
out of sight. 


Alas, they did not take their 
chances, the nearest they came 
to breaking the deadlock came 
when a fine cross by Dave 
Wilson reached Gerry Ingram 
who hammered a shot past lan 
Seymour in the Fulham goal. 


Unfortunately, Dave Moreline came 
from nowhere to clear the shot 

off the line and Fulham escaped 
again when Seymour saved David 
Hughes's follow-up effort. 


It was one of many chances that 
went begging for the Lilywhites in 
@ match that was a thrill-a-minute. 
Moreline again cleared Off the line 
and shots by Ricky Heppolette and 
Wilson both struck a Post. Fulham 
defenders, Reg Matthewson 

and Moreline were Outstanding 

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took the lead. From a corner Fred 
Callaghan's effort was blocked 

Dut the ball ran nicely for John 


Richardson to shoot past Alan Kelly. 


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were level and it was a goal made 
and scored by the full backs. 


George Ross went on a fine run, 
fending off four challenges, before 
sending over a lovely cross into 
the middle. Who should be there 
tO meet it, but the other full back 


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unemployed, did well to save 
from Les Barrett, Vic Halom and 
Steve Earle. A late overhead kick 
by Ingram almost crept in. but 
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Award Winners 

















The Player of the Year Award was started by the 
Official supporters club in 1968 and continues to be 
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Finney Player of the Year Award. 


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John Thomas’ first season at PNE wasn't 
the best as the club had to apply for re- 
election, but he did win Player of the Year 
and thankfully it got better. 


*! came to North End in 1985, | jumped 

at the chance to join assistant Brian Kidd, 
who had been a big help with my career 
at Everton and Bolton prior to this, and 
manager Tommy Booth. 


*| don't know why, but it just didn’t click for 
us that first season and we finished 91st and 
had to apply for re-election. it got worse 
and worse as the season went on.” 


This was despite John scoring 18 goals as 
PNE finished 23rd in the old fourth division. 


“It was good to get Player of the Year, but 
not with the club applying for re-election. 
You dont think a club like PNE would be 
kicked out but you don't know.” 


However, there was a transformation the 
season after. 


“It was a complete turnaround under John 
McGrath, we just missed out on being 
Champions to Northampton, but we did 
well. 


“I got 28 goals and | think Gary Brazil got 
around 20 and we had a fantastic team 
Spirit which took us a jong way. 


‘John McGrath got in a lot of decent lads 
together, the likes of Frank Worthington, 
Sam Allardyce, Oshor Williams, Bob 

Atkins and his assistant manager was Les 
Chapman, who was the funniest person | 
have ever met, He was the good cop/bad 
COP to John McGrath.” 


On a personal goalscoring note, John got 
off to a fantastic start in the 1986/87 season, 
finding the back of the net seven times in 
the first five league games. 


‘We had some decent players and John 
McGrath brought Gary Brazil off the wing 
inside with myself and we got a few goals 
between us. We had a decent partnership. 


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“l was lucky enough to get three hat-tricks 
that season and | think I've still got two of 
the balls at home in the house somewhere” 


PNE sealed promotion to the third division 
with four games still to play. as they won 2-1 
at Leyton Orient. 


John reminisced: "We must have taken 
three thousand fans down there which 
was brilliant, considering it's such a long 
distance.” 


John’s contract finished in July 1987 after 38 
goals in 78 games and he signed for Bolton 
Wanderers again and then West Brom, but 

North End came calling again in 1990. 


“A few clubs came in for me, but when 

the manager Les Chapman let me know 
PNE wanted me again there was no 
competition, | wanted to finish my career in 
the north west. 


“l scored a goal against Wigan which more- 
or-less kept us up in 199]. Then | trained 

all pre-season, but, in the second game, | 
broke my leg against Bolton Wanderers, | 
was 32, and so it went to waste.” 

John recovered from his injury and scored 
another six goals for PNE before switching 
to Hartlepool and Halifax and finishing his 
career in non-league. 





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1987 
Gary Brazil 


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i Gary Brazil hit 20 goals in the 1986/87 
, promotion-winning campaign and was 


crowned Player of the Year in 1987. 
l However, the modest frontman says 


clinched the prize. 


4 it to a load of people that year. Kells [Alan 

a7 Kelly Junior} took over from David Brown 

f r in goal and, as a young boy, did brilliantly 
and obviously went on to have a fantastic 
career. 


“Bob Atkins was magnificent, as was Alex 
Jones. Micky Bennett played well at left 
back with David Miller at right back. Swanny 
[Gary Swann] was brilliant in midfield. 
You've got JT (John Thomas] who scored 


anyone of the team at the time could have 


Gary, now 58, said: They could have given 


more goals than | did that year. Little Ronnie 






Hildersley did really well. 


“You could have picked anybody. Frank 
Worthington came into the group later in 
the year and set a real high standard for a 
lot of us in terms of how we train. 


"It was the characters that made it really 
good and it was good time of my life. It's 
an award that | got from the fans and the 
people that | worked with that I'll always 
carry with me. 

"It's always a massive pleasure to see 
anybody that was connected with that era 
and we still have the ability to reminisce 
and it puts a big smile on our face.” 


The highs of that promotion season came 
immediately after one of the lowest points 
in the club's history as the Lilywhites 
finished 23rd in the fourth division and 

had to apply for re-election to the Football 
League. 


Gary said: “| think it was a tough 
environment all round. We werent playing 








particularly well and | think | still ended 

up scoring quite a few goals that year. It 
needed a Catalyst and fortunately for the 
club and for the players, John McGrath 
walked through the door. He did fantastic 
for me. As | got to understand what he 
wanted from me, he got to understand me 
better. 


“We built a real good working relationship. 
He brought in some really, really good 
characters, the likes of Sam Allardyce, Oshor 
Williams and Les Chapman.” 


In the space of those 12 months since 
McGrath took over, he had taken PNE from 
one end of the division to the other as they 
were promoted to the third division with 90 
points. 


Gary reminisced: “It was the best year of 

my football life. Just the feeling around the 
club, such a positive vibe. And remembering 
that barely 12 months ago the club was 

on its knees and so were a few of us as 
footballers.” 


Gary continued to find the back of the net 
In a division higher and that attracted the 
attention of Newcastle United in 1989. 


He said: "Newcastle came in for me and 

it was sort of a move you can't turn down 
although | still have a regret about not being 
able to keep that relationship with North End 
longer.” 


Gary has stayed in the game and nowadays 
he oversees the Academy at Nottingham 
Forest. 








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1988 
BOD Atkins 


Defender Bob Atkins spent five years at 
Deepdale coming with the 1987 Player of the 
Year winner Gary Brazil initially on loan from 
Sheffield United, 


With North End relegated to the fourth 
Givision, the deal for the duo was made 
permanent with Bob moving from 
midfielder into tne defence - and here 

the 62° player started to shine despite PNE 
having to apply for re-election. 

However, the next season, 1986/87. was a 
complete turnabout with John McGrath the 
manager and PNE challenging for promotion 
- which they achieved. 

Leicester-born Bob had a solid defensive 
partnership with Sam Allardyce and Alex 
Jones. 

The following three seasons for Atkins were 
much the same as he missed only a handful 
of games and turning oul some sterling 
performances winning the Player of the 
Year in 1987/88 and was also awarded the 
club captaincy in 1988/89. 

Unfortunately, injuries curtailed Bob's 
football career. 








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Doncaster Rovers U18 2-2 PN 
Chit 

2 0 PNE line-up: Lombard; Seary (Mfuni). Nevin, Blanchard, 
Capes a —— pee tiean {Bennett}, Dooley: Nicholson [Green]. 


Mawene, Leigh: O'Neil [Amaral]. 


Venue: Keepmoat Stadium 
Subs not used: Duggan. 


Referee: Mr J Drake 


How Things Played Out 


A 2-2 draw was not enough for 

PNE U18s at Doncaster Rovers last 
month as they exited the Youth the keeper and Ben Dooley did 
Alliance Cup. likewise after a clever one-two 


4: North End lost their first garne in with Noah Mawene. 
; On 18 minutes, Kyi Nicholson 


the competition 1-0 to Bolton and, 
rattled the bar from the edge of 


as a result, their solitary point from 
the box after a Lewis Leigh corner 


yt two games saw them eliminated at 
Be.) the group stage. had been headed out by a Rovers 
: defender. 


Rovers’ first half opener was 

cancelled out when Vaughn Green = A last-ditch Nevin tackle proved 

levelled midway through the vital shortly after, but Rovers did 
break the deadiock, as a square 


second half, the hosts regaining 
the {ead ten minutes from time, ball to the No.0 saw him fire low 
to the left on the turn. 


but were again pegged back — 
Oliver Lombard twice saved 


although the late screamer from 
Aaron Bennett proved only a well to deny Rovers, who then 


consolation. 


squandered a one-on-one chance 
before hitting the woodwork. 


Substitute Green gave PNE hope 
when Mawene won the ball back 
in the final third with a great sliding 
tackle, before Dooley played the 
ball wide to right back Josh Seary 
who fed the forward in the box 
taking one touch before firing in 


The hosts went back in front when 
an attacker latched onto another 
ball over the top, weaved into the 
box from a tight angle and scorea 
from close range. 


Bennett equalised with a minute 
of normal time left, skipping past 
a defender after receivina Leigh s 
short corner, and striking into the 
top right corner from 20 yards 


“| thought we started the game 
really well and it probably took 

a couple of mistakes that led to 
their first goal that kind of put us 
on the back foot,” said Academy 
manager Nick Harrison. “After that. 
for 20 or so minutes, we struggled 
and couldn't get to grips with the 
game. if we'd scored in the first 20 
minutes when we were on top. 
the game would've been much 
different. 


“if we take our chances early '€ 
changes the game. but also We 
can't allow the opportunities to 
score through schoolboy errors. 
which | felt was the case in this 
game.” 


By Daryll Wadsworth 


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as Harry Nevin headed straight at 


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skill, | really like him. 
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What is your job role and how long 
have you worked at PNECET? 


|have worked for PNECET for eight 
years and I'm now Curriculum Leader of 
the Post-I6 education programme. 


How did you work towards gaining 
your role at PNECET? 


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clubs for a year. delivering football to 
five to 1l-year-olds, and then enrolled 
onto a PGCE in further education in 2013, 
which | completed over two years while 
being the main tutor on what was then 
our futsal education programme. 


What does your role entail, can you 
talk us through what a typical day 
looks like for you? 


My typical day involves teaching and 
preparing for lessons. I'm currently 
teaching slx groups over the course of 
the week, delivering modules in sports 
Coaching and sports development. 

For example, on a Monday morning. 

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of year one level three learners, but in 
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attendance, Punctuality and welfare. 
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rapport with the learners and we get to 
know them on a personal level. We see 
a lot of learners come onto the course 
who are really introverted, but leave 
with the key skills and confidence to 
succeed with their aspirations. 


What are you looking to achieve in 
your role in the future? 

| aim to build more industry placement 
opportunities whereby learners can 
access placements in sports coaching. 
fitness instructing, physiotherapy. sports 
massage. sports psychology and more. 


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Preston North End 
Community and Education 
Trust provided 225 essential 
free meals for vulnerable 
children and their families 
during October half-term. 


The initiative supported those 

in need throughout the local 
community, including children 
who would normally receive free 
school meals during term-time. 


Support was also provided to 
local schools and community 
centres, including Safenet Preston, 
a women's refuge centre, 
with the provision of free 
meais. 


Vulnerable members of 
the community were able 
to collect meals from the 
community offices at 
Deepdale throughout the 
final week of October. 


Head of Education Liam 
Sealey said: "Working 
with thousands of 
young people across 
our humerous programmes, 
including our education provision, 
We are aware of the difficulty that 
children and their families can face 
outside of term-times, 


“We therefore felt it was our 

duty to provide essential free 
meals during October half-term, 
supporting hundreds of vulnerable 
children in and around Preston, 
who may otherwise have gone 
without and that should never 
have to be the case 


"AS a proud community club, 
we are determined to help 
children and all members of the 
community to lead a healthy 


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and active lifestyle, contributing 
to Our wider goal to create a 
safer, swonger and more resilient 
community.” 


Community Partnerships Manager 
Rebecca Robertson added: “The 
SUCCESS that this initiative has 
enjoyed simply would not have 
been possible without the support 
we have received from several 
incredibly generous local partners. 


“We partnered Up with Fox's 
Sandwich Deli, who provided us 
with 30 sandwiches every day 
throughout half-term, and we've 
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Morrisons Riversway, Singleton’s 
& Co Dairy, the Preston Primary 
School Snorts Council and one ot 
the PNE Women's FC Junior teams 


“The provision of these additiona 
resources and monetary donations 
has allowed us to go above and 
beyond to support the needs 

of the most vulnerable in our 
communily, providing essential 
items even going beyond just 100d 
and toiletries in some cases 


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unfortunately a commen concer! 
among children throughout the 
UK and it is vital that Preston North 
End plays its part in helping to 
combat this issue as much as 
Possible, particularly during tnese 
challenging times.” 


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Preston North End 
Community and Education 
Trust has raised £1,050 for the 
Alzheimer's Society thanks 

to the efforts of Community 
Inclusion Officer Alistair 
White on World Alzheimer's 
Day in September. 


Alistair challenged himself to run 
24km in 24 hours on Monday 22nd 
September, the annual day of 
raising awareness of Alzheimer's, 
which is the mast common form 
of dementia 


He completed six legs of 4km 

on the day. running and walking 
three, and being joined by 
colleaques from PNECET for two 
of those - walking around the 
perimeter of the pitch at Deepdale 
and then completing a run around 
the vicinity of Moor Park! 


The funds raised will go to the 
Alzheimer's Society, which 
campaigns for change while 
constantly seeking a cure for 
dementia. 


Alistair said; “| am delighted that 
we have managed to raise £1,050 
for the Alzheimer's Society thraugh 
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education Trust. the club's official charity and community department. 


Football and Multi-Sport 


- October half-term saw 
Been of our football and 
multi-sport camp provision at the 
PNE community training centre at 
PlayFootball, Ingol. 
it brought together plenty of 
children on their school break to 
enjoy half-term footballing fun, as 
well as activities in other sports, 
including rugby league following 
the recent appointment of our 
Rugby League Development 
Officer Ryan Allen. 


Our ‘Goals’ mental health 
programme participants — 14-year- 
old Joe, 11-year-old Charlie and 
eight-year-old Charlie — also joined 
the fun. All three young people 
feceive continuous support from 
the Trust with bespoke mental 
health development programmes. 


Joe was acting as a volunteer 
coach to assist PNECET staff, while 
Oliver and Charlie were getting 
involved in the fun themselves! 


Rugby League In Schools: 

AS well as on our football and multi- 
sport half-term camp, we have now 
begun delivering rugby league 
sessions in primary school's. 


Ryan Allen began his role as Rugby 

League Development Officer with 

the Trust In September, working 

together with Preston Council and 

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Email ryan@pne.com to learn more 
about rugby league delivery in 
schools. 


DIVERT: Our Custody Intervention 
Coach Olivia Preston has had her 
first day back working in Preston 
Custody Suite on the DIVERT 
programme. 


Olivia is one of seven coaches 
from club community organisations 
across Lancashire working on the 
programme, which aims to reduce 
the risk of reoffending among 

18 to 25-year-olds in custody by 
encouraging them to make positive 
life changes with the provision 

of training and employment 
opportunities. 

Like many others, the programme 
delivery had been affected by 

the Coronavirus pandemic. but 
Olivia has now returned to custody 
to work on reducing the risk of 
reoffending in across Lancashire. 





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While the first team squad and club 
staff have moved to a new base at 
the Euxton, the community offices 
at Deepdale have also undergone 
some changes. 

PNECET staff are based in the 
community offices - based halfway 
down the back of the Alan Kelly 
Town End, on Alan Kelly Walk — 
housing the Trust's 25 members of 
full-time staff. 

New signage has been added to 
the offices. including a welcome 
sign in the reception area and 
artwork with images. inspirational 
quotes and values which reflect the 
Trust's values and provision being 
emblazoned across the walls. 


Thank you to Estate Agency 


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Declan Murphy: ¥ It is a very 
special day for North End fan 
Declan Murphy who turns 18 
today — a big happy birthday 
from all of us at PNE, Dec! 


= Happy 18th Birthday 

BSS Declan Murphy! 

. We are very proud of you! 

* Lots of love from mum, 
dad, Rachel, Imogen, Paul, 
Grandma, Grandad, GG xxx 


Taylor Treadwell’s PNE 
Poem: T Ten-year-old North Ena 
Taylor Treadwell has been getting 
creative while unable to attend 
Qames at Deepdale The Moss 
Side Primary School student of 
Leyland was tasked with writing 
a poem as part of his school 
work recently and, having been 
inspired by Jayden Stockley’s 
wonder goal in our last home 
game, came up with this brilliant 
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birthday, to show us the newborn 
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is the place for you to feature in The One Ang 
Only matchday programme! 

Today we include a number of North End-supporting dogs 
and some of the youngest members of the Lilywhites 
faithful! For a chance to feature in a future etdition, send 
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Kerry Francis: v Father 
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Daisie are proud PNE fans, 
sporting both our current 
home shirt and a favourite of 
yesteryear! 


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During this season | would 
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events that have taken place 
here, at Deepdale, which do 
not involve Preston North 
End playing football. 


This featured programme was for a 
magical display of cricket by some of the 


biggest names in cricket back in the 1980's. 


The all-star line-up were doing battle for 
the Riversway Quaich, a two-handed 
drinking cup! The unusual trophy had 
been named by sponsors Balfour Beatty. 
The game was to consist of 30 overs a 
side, played on a special strip laid on 
Deepdale’s new artificial surface between 


Clive Lloyd’s World XI and a West Indies XI. 


It had been organised as part of Clive 
Lioyd’s benefit year with a share of the 
proceeds going towards the Lancashire 
Evening Post Centenary Scanner Appeal. 


Cricket had been played at Deepdale 
many yeats before as Preston North End 
started life as a cricket team, the first 
known game at Deepdale being held in 
March 1875. 





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scoring 65 and lan Botham 67. The West 
Indies were 309 for 5 wickets with Ritchie 
Richardson top scoring with 115. Captain 
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Tne Squads 


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Manager Alex Neil 


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OOO Declan Rudd 
OOO Darnell Fisher 
OOO Josh Earl 
OOO Ben Pearson 
OOO Patrick Bauer 
OOO Ben Davies 
OOO Tom Bayliss 
OOO Alan Browne 
OOO Louis Moult 
OOO Josh Harrop 
OOO Daniel Johnson 
12 OOO Paul Gallagher 
14 OOO Jordan Storey 
15 OOO oe Rafferty 


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Manager Tony Pulls 


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2 OOO Liam Palmer 
4 OOO Joost van Aken 
5 OOO Callum Paterson 
6 OOO Aden Flint 
7 OOO Kadeem Harris 
8 OOO Joey Pelupessy 
9 OOO Jack Marriott 
10 OOO Barry Bannan 
1 OOO Adam Reach 
| 13 OOO ulian Borner 
144 OOO Matt Penney 
15 OOO Tom Lees 
17 OOO Fisayo Dele-Bashiru 
1% OOO osh Windass 


16 OOO Andrew Hughes 
18 OOO Ryan Ledson 

19 OOO Emil Riis Jakobsen 
20 OOO Jayden Stockley 
23 OOO Paul Huntington 
24 OOO Sean Maguire 

25 OOO Connor Ripley 
28 OO O© Mathew Hudson 
29 OOO Tom Barkhulzen 


18 OOO Osaze Urhoghide 
20 OOO Jordan Rhodes 
21 OOO Massimo Luongo 
22 OOO Moses Odubajo 
23 OOO Chey Dunkley 
24 OOO izzy Brown 

25 OOO Cameron Dawson 
26 OOO Liam Shaw 

27 OOO Dominic lorfa 


30 OOO Jack Baxter 
31 OOO Scott Sinclair 
32 OOO Adam ORellly 
39 OOO Billy Bodin 
44 OOO Brad Potts 


Match Officials 


Referee Mr D Webb 
Assistant Referee Mr J Hunt 
Assistant Referee Mr C Taylor 
Fourth Official Mr J Simpson 


28 OOO oe Wildsmith 
29 OOO Alex Hunt 

31 OOO Josh Render 

34 OOO Ciaran Brennan 
35 (OO Ben Hughes 

36 OOO Korede Adedoyin 
40 OOO Conor Grant 

41 OOO Charles Hagan 
42 OOO Liam Waldock 
45 OOO Elias Kachunga 


Next At Deepdale 


Blackburn Rovers 
Sky Bet Championship 
Tuesday 24th November 
7.45pm kick-off