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PICK UP YOUR FULHAM EDITION OF GROVE STREET

11 March 2022

We welcome Fulham to Oakwell for our Sky Bet Championship clash this weekend, and as ever there is another edition of Grove Street for you to enjoy thumbing through.

Whether it’s pre-match, at half-time or a bit of light reading when you get back home, we’ve got you covered in your official matchday programme with new and exclusive content.

Our cover star for the visit of the Cottagers is MATTY WOLFE, who has excelled in central midfield after coming into the first team fold in recent weeks, and we have an extensive, in-depth interview with the 21-year-old.

The academy graduate discusses his progression through the ranks, setbacks over the years, breaking into the first team, loan spells away from Barnsley and his ambitions moving forward.

There is also a feature length interview with AMIR ARIELY, as the Israeli defender opens up about his own injury struggles this term and working his way back to full fitness to help our U23s finish the campaign strongly.

Next up to take on our series of wacky A-Z questions is VICTOR ADEBOYEJO, and there are plenty of interesting answers throughout our quirky quiz as we discover about the Nigerian forward’s love for red velvet cake waffles.

One year on from being diagnosed with T-Cell Lymphoma, BAYLEY HASSELL reflects on a what has been the most challenging period of his life as he bravely battled cancer.

The incredible youngster is now in partial remission after completing four rounds of chemotherapy and tells us about the emotions of the past 12 months.

As usual, BARRY MURPHY pens his ever-honest programme column, and he shares tips on how to deal with wingers who could ‘catch pigeons’, while also highlighting the positives from the Reds’ recent draw with Stoke City.

We have our traditional pages dedicated to the visitors from west London, including LEIGH EDWARDS’ Managing to Succeed feature that focuses on former Fulham managers, and NEIL RICHARDSON’s unsung hero is Derrick Parker, who spent three years at Oakwell in the early 80s.

All of this and more in your Fulham edition of GROVE STREET.

Pick up your copy from in and around Oakwell for just £3.


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