The Hibernian returns for Sunday's Edinburgh Derby at Easter Road (12 August, kick off 12.30pm, price: £2.50, 32-pages) and will be available to buy from the Clubstore and from vendors outside the stadium with new signing, Big Ben Williams its cover star.
There is plenty for Hibs supporters to enjoy in the latest edition including:
Pat's Column: The manager previews the challenge ahead
Programme Corner: GPFootball.com review two special Edinburgh Derby programmes
Mount Florida Memories: John Litster recalls a unique match at Hampden
Virtual Real-ity Madrid: A new series highlighting the launch of the book, Football Manager Stole My Life
Academy: Tuesday's win at Ross County is reviewed
Ladies: An update from Richard Payne on season so far
Plus there is an interview with summer signing Ben Williams, which starts as follows:
A commanding and composed goalkeeper, who directs his defenders with authority, new signing Ben Williams has displayed rock-like reliability between the sticks since joining Hibernian last month.
Broad-shouldered and physically imposing, his sizeable frame immediately earned the 29-year-old Englishman the nickname Big Ben within the Hibernian camp.
But aside from his physical attributes the most striking aspect about Williams is his mature, settled character, which he credits to his unusual career journey.
The goalkeeper may have officially started off at arguably the biggest club in the world, Manchester United.
But he didn't enter their Academy system until he was 17 and, as a result, lacked the blinkered outlook of those who have been hot-housed within the set-up since the age of eight.
A late developer, Mancunian Williams was studying for A-levels in PE, Physics and Geography with one eye on becoming a teacher when he was spotted by a United scout playing for a local amateur team.
Williams said: "United picked me up when I was half-way through doing my A-levels at College at 17. I started off really late.
"I stayed on at College and finished off my A-levels and then I signed a professional contract with United. In all honesty, I thought that football had passed me by at that age.
"I had two friends, who were at professional clubs and had played in my school team. One was at Blackpool and one was at Man United - Danny Webber.
"So at that stage I was well aware of what they were doing and obviously that I wasn't. So I carried on with my studies. I started off doing Physics, Geography and PE with one eye on being a teacher of some sort.
"I was playing three games a weekend - two on a Saturday, one for a College team and one for a Men's team then another for a team on a Sunday.
"I was playing for an amateur team called Trafford, so I went from Trafford to Old Trafford in the space of four weeks.
"United picked me up when I was 17 and invited me down for a week's trial. I arrived at United on the Monday and by Thursday I was playing in an under-17 international tournament where we got beaten on penalties in the final.
"I went from being a 17-year-old kid at College and playing amateur men's football where you play for the love of the game to sitting on the bench for a Champion's League qualifier on my 20th birthday. It was an incredible learning curve."
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