The Hibernian is back with a bang for tomorrow's SPL game against Kilmarnock at Easter Road (15 September, kick off 3pm, price: £2.50) and will be available to buy from the Clubstore and from vendors outside the stadium before the game with Parkhead goal hero Paul Cairney the latest cover star.
There is a lot 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 revisits a Junior Cup Final programme at Hampden
Virtual Real-ity Madrid: Continuing new series highlighting the launch of the book, Football Manager Stole My Life
Academy: The return of Guillaume 'Boozy' Beuzelin as a youth coach
Easter Road Gallery: Centre-page poster featuring an iconic image from our extensive archive
Plus there is an interview with the 'Lionel Messi of Paisley', midfielder Paul Cairney, fresh from scoring his wonder goal at Celtic Park:
Paul Cairney has enjoyed a bountiful start to his Hibernian career - illuminating the match at Celtic Park with a sensational solo goal - but he admits his career journey has been far from straightforward.
The sheer joy and exuberance written on his face when he opened his goal account two weeks ago showed what it meant for him to perform on the big stage and he says he loves the experience.
Cairney said: "That was my first goal for Hibs and my first ever in the SPL, so to be able to do that at a stadium like Celtic Park was like a dream come true for me.
"But I'm not going to get carried away with it. Now I've scored once I want to be able to do it on a regular basis for Hibs and show everybody what I'm capable of.
"I've had to work hard to get here - up through the divisions - and, now I'm playing in the SPL, I am determined to make the most of my chance and repay the faith shown in me by the manager."
The 24-year-old rose to prominence the hard way and received his grounding in the lower divisions after being rejected by hometown club St Mirren as a teenager.
He added: "I was disappointed when I was told I was too wee to make it at St Mirren when I was 15, but I joined a boys club, Hillwood, and I still believed I could make it - if I worked really hard."
Cairney revived his prospects at the home of Scottish football, Hampden in the colours of Division Three side, Queen's Park.
But it was at his next club, Partick Thistle where his career truly blossomed, especially under the tutelage of Jackie McNamara Jnr, when he was deployed in an attacking midfield role.
Exhibiting commendable work-rate and purpose, Cairney scored an impressive 15 goals for the Maryhill club last season, including a hat-trick against Dundee, and finished top of the club's goal charts.
He said: "I've been fortunate enough to have worked under some very good managers - Billy Stark at Queen's Park and Ian McCall at Partick Thistle, who gave me some great advice.
"But I played the best football of my career so far last season under Jackie and Sid (Simon Donnelly).
"I played further forward and, in the end, there were only about six players that scored more goals than me in the division."
To read the rest please purchase a copy of the programme (please buy early in order to avoid disappointment - once the print run is sold out, there won't be any more copies available).