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MATCH PROGRAMME | Gainsborough Trinity

Midfielder Adam Blakeman features on the front cover of Saturday’s latest edition of ‘Magpie Review’ - our matchday programme. Issue 19 against Gainsborough Trinity is packed with plenty content and will also feature a big interview with assistant manager Jamie Vermiglio who talks about his role within the club; balancing football and being a headteacher.

There’s also features from chief executive Dave Riche plus columns by The Roving Mike, Josh McLoughlin and Paul Metcalfe not forgetting Stan Miguel who reminisces about certain types of floodlights within the game. Copies are priced at just £2.50 each and are available from sellers inside and outside The Chorley Group Victory Park Stadium from 12pm on Saturday.


  • The Manager with Matt Jansen 
  • The Skipper with Andy Teague 
  • Club News looking at The Hottest Ticket in Town 
  • Dave’s Diary by Dave Riche 
  • Action Replay against North Ferriby United and Gainsborough Trinity 
  • Grandstand View by The Roving Mike 
  • A Load of Balls by Josh McLoughlin 
  • Today’s Visitors Gainsborough Trinity 
  • Opponents Spotlight - Who are Ya 
  • Big Interview with Jamie Vermiglio 
  • On This Week at Chorley FC by Paul Metcalfe 
  • Magpie Archive 
  • Northern Mutterings by Stan Miguel 
  • 20 Questions with Adam Blakeman 
  • Community News 
  • Chorley FC Supporters Trust Matters
  • Commercial Corner by Josh Vosper 
  • Today’s Sponsors - SJL Heating & Plumbing and Plumbase 
  • Player Sponsors 2017/18 
  • National League North Review by Declan Maher 
  • Table and Fixtures 
  • Player Stats and Appearances 
  • Fixtures and Results 2017/18

Magpie In The Spotlight ...


Jason joined the Magpies in the summer of 2016 following his release from National League side Barrow and is a proven goalscorer.

Born in Barrow, Jason came through the youth ranks as Dundee before moving to Greenock Morton where his made his senior debut in 2004.  Following a brief spell at Morecambe he joined Barrow in 2007 and over a five season period with his home town side he netted 64 goals in 175 games, earning a moves to Luton Town (29 games, 6 goals) then onto York City (87 games, 27 goals).

Following a spell in Sweden the short stints with Forest Green Rovers and Southport he returned to Barrow for two seasons, bagged 22 goals in 65 games.

FORMER CLUBS: Greenock Morton, Morecambe, Barrow, Luton Town, York City, Östersunds FK (Sweden), Forest Green Rovers, Southport (loan), Barrow

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