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'I was told I was too small' - Marshall

17 April 2014

Plenty going on in the latest issue of PUSB as David Prutton and Mark Marshall give exclusive interviews...

The Sky Blues have two fixtures over a hectic Bank Holiday and make sure you pick up your action-packed copy of PUSB ahead of the Swindon game this Friday.

In the penultimate game at Sixfields this season, we kick things off with three columns from Steven Pressley, Carl Baker and development director Steve Waggott, who reflects on this season.

The exclusive interviews continue with midfielder Mark Marshall giving us a thoroughly entertaining 49 lotto quiz in which he talks about his love for Arjen Robben, Nando’s and being told he was too small to play when he was younger.

David Prutton is our man in focus and the Sky Blues loanee reveals he is enjoying his time with the club and gives his reasons on why he joined Steven Pressley’s young side.

This is all on top of our in-depth visitors section which will tell you everything you need to know about Mark Cooper’s Swindon Town.

We caught up with Darren Murray as he believes that this is the best club in the country for a young player, and Ian Foster reflects on the under-21s season which finished this week. 

Jim Brown continues to delve into the archives as he continues to chart our famous 1963/64 season and also reflects on Gary McAllister’s time in charge of the Sky Blues. We also look at some of the players to wear the number 15 shirt during their time with City.

The programme is available for only £3 so make sure you pick up your copy of PUSB from all around the ground.

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