West Ham United supporters cannot afford to miss out on Sunday's matchday programme for the FA Cup fourth-round meeting with Nottingham Forest.
The 19th action-packed issue of the 2010/11 season features the very latest on the club's joint bid with Newham Council to take over the London 2012 Olympic Stadium, including exclusive images and diagrams.
Right-back Julien Faubert is the subject of the main feature, discussing his battle to regain his place in the starting XI, his disappointment at suffering Carling Cup heartache and his commitment to keep the Hammers in the Barclays Premier League.
Elsewhere in a packed issue, Chairman David Sullivan and manager Avram Grant talk about their determination to finish the season on a high in both the Barclays Premier League and FA Cup.
West Ham Academy graduate and Nottingham Forest star Chris Cohen discusses his time at the Boleyn Ground and his success since moving to the City Ground in 2007.
Forest and England legend Stuart Pearce looks back on playing for both clubs and talks about his relationship with the great Brian Clough.
Head analyst David Woodfine is the latest brave individual to Challenge Kieron, while Luis Boa Morte answers your questions from the Fans' Mailbag and Boys of 86 midfielder Alan Dickens is the subject of Where Are They Now?
Reserve midfielder Ahmed Abdulla speaks about his hopes of breaking into the first-team squad, while Academy Director Tony Carr brings you the latest news from Little Heath.
With all this, plus the latest from the Ladies team, statistics, ticket and travel news and historical features, supporters should get with the programme.
Priced at £3.50, Saturday's issue will be available in and around the Boleyn Ground on matchday. Alternatively, fans can order their copy online by clicking the above link.