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19 February 2016

Check out what’s in this week’s edition!

Be sure to pick up a match day programme this Saturday for just £3 with even more articles and features to enjoy!

In a new feature called “The Amber Army Asks…” we’ve given Cambridge United supporters the chance to send in their questions for Harrison Dunk via social media this week. See if your question has been answered by the U’s midfielder by picking up your copy.

Cambridge United centre back Leon Legge is this week’s main feature article, who discusses the U’s ambitions for the remainder of the Sky Bet League Two campaign. The United stalwart has also signed 30 copies of the match day programme which will be distributed randomly to sellers around the Abbey Stadium.

Chairman Dave Doggett reflects on Monday’s success for the club’s Academy Under 16s, Chief Executive Jez George deliberates over the recent changes on the Board of Directors and Manager Shaun Derry discusses the response his side have already produced on the training ground which they will be looking to replicate at the Abbey Stadium on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Steve Fallon is the latest member of The Legend’s Wall to be profiled by 100 Years of Coconuts who look back on “The Quiet Man’s” days with the U’s. 

Mike Barnes and Ali Cliffe are this week’s guest columnists and they both pen columns about the recent on goings from around the continent following this week’s return of the Champion’s League, whilst Neil Cole takes another look ‘Around the Division’.

Keep up to date with the Under 18s Scholars, with Professional Phase Lead Coach Mark Bonner’s report and reaction to last weekend’s 4-1 triumph over Swindon Town. Adam Bridgeford welcomes a talented group of young players from Cambridge United’s pre-academy to the Abbey Stadium, with supporters able to find out more in an article with the Academy coach.

And as well as all of that, this week’s edition also includes more half time teasers, the latest facts & figures, Junior U’s fun & games and a Luke Berry poster!

Don’t forget to pick up your copy for £3 from a programme seller located around the ground, the CFU van, the club shop or the Main Stand Retail Outlet.

Tickets for the game are available online at until 1.30pm on match day, with tickets on sale from the ticket office on Newmarket Road right up until kick off.

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