Come & Write a Haiku If You Think You’re Hard Enough...
The new issue of PUSH is a perfectly assembled team of writers who, in pre-season training, have shown that they have the potential to beat all 5 previous issues and anyone else who wants to know. There is not a weak link in the side. A mixture of experienced heads and raw young talent. The starting eleven is so strong I haven’t even selected any substitutes.
Ian Cusack’s sectarian story set in the North East is a fine opener, Raymond Gorman recounts the tragic true life story of the man who had to spend his life in hiding when he could have kept Gary Lineker on the bench at Leicester City, a football away day without any football from Ian Scanlon, a dirty secret behind tinted windows from Grounsell Stannington that would surely have Real Madrid doubting buying Gareth Bale, a young footballer makes a bad decision in a new short story from Michael Keenaghan, Joseph Ridgwell buries the ball into the net with a lament to a lost friend, Joe England’s brotherly cup final is spiked with poison, Allan Wilson returns from injury with a tale to make you itch, Danny McCahon’s debut is a mod story of lost love, plus there’s our new signing, Rebel Inc counter culture literary legend, Kevin Williamson.
PUSH 6 is available in both home kit colours (sky blue) and away (tangerine).
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