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Blowing Bubbles Magazine have produced a magnificent 132-page monster Summer Annual which comes out next Friday (June 10).

Following on from the huge success of the monthly magazine’s commemorative Farewell Boleyn issue, this is a must have for all West Ham fans this summer to fend off the post-season blues!

There are some brilliant exclusive content as well as the best articles from the past season. There are interviews with David Gold, Jack Collison, Tony Cottee, Frank McAvennie, John Moncur, David Sullivan, and many more.

This extraordinary issue – the second Summer Annual put together by the team at Blowing Bubbles – costs £10 for UK residents (including postage and packing).

Orders MUST be placed before 11pm on Monday 6 June. Secure your Summer Annual here > http://www.blowing-bubbles.co.uk/summer-annual-2016.html

Following the huge demand from overseas Hammers for last month’s issue, Blowing Bubbles Monthly are again making this single issue available for people living in Europe and around the world to purchase.

David Blackmore, editor of Blowing Bubbles Monthly, said: “What an incredible season it was for West Ham on the pitch, and for Blowing Bubbles Monthly off it.

“As Slaven Bilic’s men went from strength to strength, we also continued to gain more readers, and more subscribers.

“The response to last month’s commemorative Farewell Boleyn issue was absolutely extraordinary. Our print run increased five-fold and we had to go back to the printers to ask for an-other print run such was the huge demand for our May issue.

“The feedback we’ve also received all season has been particularly pleasing – people like what we do, and it’s given us the confidence to keep doing it.”

You can also secure a season-long subscription to make sure you get the first at the Olympic Stadium as well as the remaining nine issues during the 2016/17 campaign.

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

CLICK HERE TO BUY YOUR ANNUAL!

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