The Hibernian returns for tomorrow's SPL game against St Johnstone at Easter Road (25 August, kick off 3pm, price: £2.50) and will be available to buy from the Clubstore (from this afternoon) and from vendors outside the stadium before the game with Leigh Griffiths the cover star.
There is plenty for Hibs supporters to enjoy in the latest edition including:
Pat's Column: The manager sums up the mood in the Hibs camp
Programme Corner: GPFootball.com review two programmes from the past
Mount Florida Memories: John Litster recalls a unique match at Hampden
Virtual Real-ity Madrid: Continuing new series highlighting the launch of the book, Football Manager Stole My Life
Academy: The Gr-eight victory over St Mirren is reviewed plus Sam Stanton and Alex Harris getting called up for Scotland under-19s
Easter Road Gallery: Centre-page poster featuring an iconic image from our extensive archive
In Focus: A new series with a statistical breakdown of our previous home match
Plus there is an interview with the man of the moment, Leigh 'Sparky' Griffiths which starts as follows:
A fireball of creative energy, Leigh Griffiths is the spark in the new-look Hibernian attack and the lively Leither says he is living the dream.
Loaded with natural ability, his technical brilliance is only matched by his courage and commitment to the cause.
To put it simply and to paraphrase the language of Leith: Sparky has got braw talent.
The 22-year-old achieved a lifetime ambition when he joined Hibernian on loan a year ago and it certainly proved to be an eventful 12 months for the striker.
His well-documented on-the-field misdemeanours have blinded many observers to his immense talent.
In the heat of combat, Griffiths has reacted impetuously to taunts from the crowd - earning him a succession of suspensions from the authorities
That self-destructive streak has been very frustrating - both for him and the club - but Griffiths says he has changed his ways.
Griffiths said: "The manager spoke to me about it in pre-season and he wanted me to channel my energy into scoring goals.
"Against Hearts, their fans were giving me a lot of stick, but I silenced them as soon as I scored.
"That was the same at St Mirren last week - the best way I can react is by scoring goals.
"James McPake speaks to me before every game and reminds me to calm down and to remember who I'm playing for."
Sparky: Living the dream and part of the Leith landscape
The prodigal hero returned to the club in the summer and has already made a positive contribution.
There is always something gloriously heartening about watching Griffiths in bottle green.
Feted as a hero by the club's young supporters, he never stops running and gives nothing less than honest, committed performances to the team.
To read the rest please purchase a copy of the programme (there still a few copies of the Hearts programme remaining in the Clubstore).