Rochdale AFC’s matchday programme – The Voice of Spotland – is back for Saturday’s League One fixture against Oxford United.
The programme is once again a 76-page issue containing plenty of reading to keep fans entertained and informed before, during and after the match.
We start with a lifestyle front cover image of Ollie Rathbone, who is the subject of the programme’s Q&A feature, in which he reveals what he’s currently watching on TV.
Supporter John Rowe looks at the thorny subject of Clubs for Sale, while in ‘Colour Confusion’, Matt Smith remembers a game in which Dale played in a strange mix of their home and away kits.
Scrutator claims ‘We’ve never had it so good’ and in ‘Through The Years’ we recall the debut of a teenage goalkeeper who went on to be a club legend.
A more sombre note follows with tributes to both Joshua McCormack and Maureen Peacock, two Dale fans who recently lost their lives.
Action photos appear from both games against Swindon and Walsall, while ‘Anorak’s Corner’ looks at a feat achieved by Steven Davies earlier this season.
Visitors Oxford United get nine pages of coverage, which includes five thoughts that pop into our minds whenever Dale take on The U’s.
All this and much, much more will be in Saturday’s The Voice of Spotland, on sale in the Club Shop and around the ground, priced £3.00.