The Hibernian returns for tomorrow's SPL game against Dundee at Easter Road (6 October, 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 Gary Deegan the latest cover star.
There is a lot for Hibs supporters to enjoy in the latest edition including:
Pat's Column: The manager's exclusive column; well worth a read
Mount Florida Memories: John Litster revisits an Old Firm Cup Final programme at Hampden
Virtual Real-ity Madrid: Continuing new series highlighting the launch of the book, Football Manager Stole My Life. Supporter Mark O'Meara tells his tale.
Academy: Academy Starlets Graduate and Last Minute Loss in Linlithgow
Easter Road Gallery: An image from our archives celebrating a new Hall of Fame inductee
Plus editor Andrew Sleight interviews our new midfield general Gary Deegan in a two-page feature:
Gary Deegan embodies the spirit of the new Hibernian - an unobtrusive workaholic with the ruthless mentality of a born winner.
Admittedly there are some unmistakably rough edges to his style of play, but he amply compensates for that with unswerving honesty and commitment.
Even when he is an experiencing an off-day, Deegan doesn't hide - he tackles the challenge head on with inextinguishable energy and bite.
Built like a middleweight boxer, but blessed with a multitude of top-level football qualities, the 24-year-old offers a fearsomely intimidating prospect to any opponent assigned the task of winning the midfield battle.
With Deegan and Jorge Claros patrolling the middle of the pitch, any opponent caught dwelling in possession within their vicinity will be made to pay.
Hibs are now no longer a soft touch; largely thanks to the fact Deegs is digging in for the team.
The tigerish Dubliner, from the city's Northside, is an indomitable warrior with a blazing work ethic.
Nicknamed 'Mr Angry, Deegan wears his remorselessly competitive heart on his sleeve and he absolutely hates losing.
Deegan said: "I hate losing - why would anyone want to lose? When you can come off the pitch with that great feeling after a win and then in the dressing room everyone is buzzing. That's what it's all about.
"The alternative is everything coming off sulking and moaning. I would rather be happy all the time.
"At Hibs, we need to keep being hungry. We've won a few games already, but that counts for nothing now - there are almost another 30 left to go."
Deegan first crossed paths with his current manager when he was a raw, headstrong teenager making his way in Shelbourne's youth set-up and Pat Fenlon was in charge of the senior side.
Fenlon immediately saw his potential - not just his physical attributes, but also his attitude, fearlessness and will to win.
He said: "I played at Shels when I was a kid when Pat was the senior manager. I worked hard and when I was with the under-18s, Pat asked me to train with the first team lads
"I got used to being around the first team and learned a lot from some good characters there.
"When I was a young 18-year-old at Shelbourne I looked up to Jim Crawford. Just seeing him train every day and his attitude - he was a brilliant role model. I learned a lot off the senior pros there."
Since his emergence as promising midfield talent at Tolka Park, there have been some dark days during his scenic route through to the Scottish Premier League.
Both Shelbourne and latterly Galway United were plunged into financial meltdown prompting his departure while Longford Town were relegated. His self-assured personality has been refined by those set-backs.
He said: "You can't dwell on these things; you've just got to get on with it and focus on the job.
"It was always a dream of mine when I was kid to play professionally in England or Scotland. I always knew it was going to happen. I backed myself and made it become a reality.
"I saw players moving onto England and Scotland when I was 16, but I never doubted that I would get there eventually. I always believed that if you work hard then things pay off and they have done."
Linking up again with Fenlon at Bohemians, he revitalised his career and, once assigned the task of driving the midfield, he duly responded with some stellar performances.
Deegan helped the club to win two League of Ireland championships and an FAI Cup in two years while being voted the stand-out midfielder in the country.
The 25-year-old points to the collective mindset of the squad at Bohemians as the key ingredient behind the success story.
He said: "I learned every day from playing in a team with a strong, winning mentality. We would go into games fancying ourselves to win all day long.
"We had some good characters Owen Heary and Glen Crowe. They wouldn't let you switch off."
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