Each match has been thoroughly researched, it’s story poignantly told and relived through the eyes of those involved – The book is a wonderful trip of nostalgia and is extremely insightful to those younger fans such as myself out there.
On sale at the club shop and at the Chad Offices on Newgate Lane, the latest Chad Stags Sports Publication is certainly a must buy, however here at Mansfield Matters we have a signed by the author copy to give away to one lucky winner in our latest competition.
The competition will be open until 5pm Sunday with the winner revealed Sunday evening, all you have to do to enter is answer a simple Stags question, if your correct then your name will go into the hat and a lucky winner will be picked at random. You can answer only once so be sure to send the correct answer, along with your name and contact details – you can enter either via Facebook, Twitter, Text or Email – details below.
The 26th February 1969 is a famous date in Stags history as Mansfield played host to, and beat a plethora of World Cup winning England Stars 3-0. Who were the visiting team?
A. Tottenham Hotspur
C. West Ham United
HOW TO ENTER:
You can enter either by FACEBOOK – Click the ‘message us’ button and message your answer
On TWITTER, send us a direct message with your answer, if you require us to follow you in order to send us a message just tweet us the word COMP and we’ll follow you back ASAP
You can TEXT ‘Comp’ followed by your answer to 07982 865 624 – Please be sure to leave your name! *
Or you can EMAIL your answer (and contact details) to firstname.lastname@example.org
ALL ENTRY’S MUST BE MADE BEFORE 5PM SUNDAY 30TH SEPTEMBER TO BE COUNTED, PLEASE ENTER ONLY ONCE
*Texts cost your standard network rate.
Good Luck All
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