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The Blue Brazilian - Matchday Magazine

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The Blue Brazilian - Matchday Magazine

PostedAugust 12, 2022

Don’t miss your copy of Cowdenbeath FC's award winning match programme - The Blue Brazilian - at home matches this season. Issue 5 of 2022/23 is available now. It will be on sale at tomorrow’s match v Dalbeattie Star as well as the following Saturday's Cup tie v Cumbernauld Colts. Thus it will be a double issue and is expanded to 48 pages in full colour. Programme will be on sale at the ground priced 3.

Issue No 5 includes articles and features such as –Tipping Points - Manager, and Chairman depart 1955; Kick off with Maurice Ross; Noticeboard - Kit Sponsors 2022/23 and last farewell to Henry; The Opposition; Who are Ya? - Dalbeattie Star - When Cowden played the the 6th GRV from Dalbeattie in the Scottish Cup; Who are Ya? - Cumbernauld Colts - New Towns and the Plook; Ask the Anorak - Previous trips to Rosewell and Dalbeattie plus Cowdenbeath man who scored West Ham's first ever goal in the Football League; On this Day; the Club Shop; The Analogue Blog - Triskaidekaphobia; The Cowdengelly Felly - Famous visitors to the town; Central Park People - The Mercer and Nisbet family; McKay - the one man team; Paper View - Strife of Reilly's Blue Brazil; Fife’s Football Cups - Charity begins; Paeans, Passings and Polemics - Big Yogi; Whistling Tunes - the Almost Famous Five and Real; Bits & Bobs - team photo 1994/95; Match Reviews; Lowland League - around the League; The Armchair Sportsman - Arthur Montford's jacket and the Soviets; Better than a Sook at an Orange (the half time quiz) and much much more.

Copies can alternatively be obtained by making a donation of 3 (purchase price) plus p&p of 1.50 = 4.50 via the Club 135 donation button on the club website - or contact us by Facebook message or by email and we will provide bank account details for electronic transfer of funds in payment.

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