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Evertonians worldwide can read the Manchester City issue.
Evertonians worldwide can get their hands on this Saturday’s official Everton matchday programme.
As well as the 84-page paper publication, the Club recently launched a digital version of the traditional matchday read, allowing fans to catch up on the latest Blues news whether they are attending Goodison Park in person or following the team’s progress from the other side of the globe.
With easy-to-use page-turning technology and navigation, supporters will now be able to view the programmes for all future home league and cup games on mobile and tablet devices.
The Manchester City edition is once again packed full of content, with Sylvain Distin the subject of the main player feature as he speaks about the importance of moving on from last week’s FA Cup defeat and the prospect of facing his former club.
“We have a good record against City but we have to admit that we were hurt against Wigan,” said the Club’s player of the month for February. “But it’s how we recover mentally. We didn’t have too much time to dwell on that game.
“Maybe people will see that and say that we don’t care but it’s a case of if you dwell on it too long and take it into the next game then you will have problems. We had to move on and focus completely on the City game.
“We felt affected by the loss and you could feel the atmosphere around the changing room and at training was a bit different. This is probably the most passionate group I have come across and when you are so passionate you get affected when you lose a game. We are not happy about it but we have to get it right.”
In addition to the in-depth Distin interview, there are the usual columns from manager David Moyes and captain Phil Neville, while former Blue Ian Snodin reminisces about his days on Merseyside in the 80s and 90s.
With updates from the Academy and Under-21s scene, plus a catch-up with Everton Ladies midfielder Brooke Chaplen, this latest edition once again adds up to another great read.
Pick up your paper copy from the various sellers in and around Goodison Park on Saturday lunchtime, priced at £3.
To check out the digital issue, priced at £1.99, simply download the new 'Everton Publications' app via the App Store (iOS devices), Google Play, Windows 8 or the Kindle Fire Store.