We welcome Peterborough United to Oakwell on Easter Monday for another Sky Bet Championship instalment.
That means there’s another edition of Grove Street for you to enjoy reading and to add to your collection!
Our cover star for the visit of the Posh is VICTOR ADEBOYEJO, who made his return to action at the start of this month as we took on Reading.
The powerful forward fractured his jaw back in January, and he talks us through his injury and how it affected him in day-to-day life. He also discusses the form of Carlton Morris, who has been instrumental in the past few months leading the Reds’ forward line in the absence of other key players.
We also have an extended interview with CHARLIE WINFIELD in our academy section – another youngster who has unfortunately been sidelined with an ACL injury.
The 19-year-old opens up about his rehab having undergone surgery seven weeks ago, his loan spell in Denmark with Esbjerg fB and how he is targeting a place in the first team when he makes his return later this year.
Sticking with an academy theme, check out our gallery from the first couple of days of our U18s’ training camp in Italy. Tom Harban’s side are based in Bergamo and return to England on Thursday as they aim to secure an end of season play-off place in the Professional Development League.
As well as all of this exclusive content, you can find out all of the relevant information regarding season ticket renewals ahead of the 22/23 campaign, including initiatives to get discount or to even win your seat for free!
There are our traditional pages dedicated to the visitors from the Weston Homes Stadium, including LEIGH EDWARDS’ Managing to Succeed feature, while NEIL RICHARDSON’s latest Unsung Hero is former Reds midfielder Robin van der Laan.
We have a word from Club Chaplain, PETER AMOS, who addresses supporters this Easter, and BARRY MURPHY returns with his column as he expresses his delight at having the North Stand renamed after him.
All of this and more in your Peterborough United edition of GROVE STREET.
Pick up your copy from in and around Oakwell for just £3!