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How to beat the post season blues

Blowing Bubbles’ massive Summer Annual will help you beat the post-season blues!

Our partners Blowing Bubbles Magazine are producing a monster Summer Annual which comes out in early June.

This will be a must have for all West Ham fans this summer to fend off the post-season blues, and it will be one of the biggest editions the team at Blowing Bubbles has ever pulled together! 

There is some brilliant exclusive content as well as their best articles from the past season. There are interviews with existing Hammers Lukasz Fabianski, Robert Snodgrass, Conor Coventry, and ex Irons Harry Redknapp, Alvin Martin, Sir Trevor Booking, and Steve Lomas.

“Chuck in our somewhat controversial All-Time Premier League XI – and our worst West Ham XI and mix in pieces looking back at the fine careers of recently retired Joe Cole and Yossi Benayoun and we believe you’ll enjoy reading this bumper issue from cover to cover,” said Blowing Bubbles editor David Blackmore.

“There’s also our own End of Season Awards, Brian William’s excellent in-depth season review, Lucy Woolford’s funny end of year school report, and Emily Pulham’s hilarious A to Z of the season as well as much, much more content for you to enjoy – making this the perfect companion for when you are on holiday this summer.”

This extraordinary issue – the fifth annual they’ve pulled together – will cost £10 for UK residents (including postage and packing) and will be distributed to those who have pre-ordered in early June. 

David added: “Every year we’ve looked to make our Summer Annual the biggest and best issue we’ve ever had and our team are excited about pulling together this massive edition.”

Following the huge demand from overseas Hammers for last year’s summer annual, they are once again making this issue available for people living in Europe and around the world to purchase.

Orders MUST be placed before 11pm on Tuesday 28 May. Secure your copy of Blowing Bubbles’ Summer Annual here > http://www.blowing-bubbles.co.uk/summer-annual-2019.html

You can also secure a season-long subscription for their 2019/20 campaign here > http://www.blowing-bubbles.co.uk/subscribe.html

For those without PayPal, please email editor@blowing-bubbles.co.uk to arrange alternative payment.

About Hugh5outhon1895

Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon
 

One comment on “How to beat the post season blues

  1. U-20 World Cup is a good start. New Zealand really impressed me with their record breaking 5-0 win. Ben Waine looked very good only 18 & Singh too both playing for Wellington Phoenix & scoring. Elijah Just & Bell too.
    Uruguay great youth as always Fernandez & Darwin Nunez very good.
    Japan can defend well to solid CBs & they have some young talent. Colombia too & of course Argentina the well wanted Augusrin Alameda played Cameo but Christian Ferriria killed it only 19 he is so good! Not rated as higlt as Agustin but he be the one I’d take from River plate for AM.
    And Senegal’s local lad Sagna with Hat teidk thought Metz’s IbrahimI Niane would score but Sagna was great.

    *** Then have Nations League, Copa America, Women’s WC, & AFCON I really looking fwd too.

    Groups D I believe is tough Ivory coast With Zaha, Pepe, Kessie, Seri, Assale, Bailey & Kannon then Aurier plus Max Cornet & Max Gradel strong team.

    Then everyone knows Algerias Talent From Mandi Ghoulam & Atal to Bennacer Mahrez B Said Benramha Brahimin Ounas Belfoldi & our old player Feghouli who has been brilliant at Galatasary top scorer behind Henry O finished Title win with great Bicycle kick. Now is wanted for £17m we sold for £3m. Pellegrini would love him he would suit how he wants Naari to play. Oh well Bilic & his madness thought Antonio was only Winger we needed.

    Bi good summer then Senegal so good Koulibaly & Sane 6’5 Beast RB Wague wonder striker at 19 in WC. 4 Ndiayes then Gueye Kouyate Manen Sarr & Niang plus more stacked squad.

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