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Evening Telegraph gives away ‘Big Kick Off’ Mag

Evening Telegraph gives away ‘Big Kick Off’ Mag

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29.07.2015 – The Evening Telegraph is giving away a one-off 24-page magazine with the paper tomorrow, packed with all of the latest football news ahead of the new season.

The Tele’s Big Kick Off features exclusive player and manager interviews from both sides of Tannadice Street, as well as profiles of the players to watch.

There’s a pull-out full fixtures list for both Dundee and Dundee United for the Scottish Premiership season which starts this weekend.

Readers are also being given the chance to win one of 40 football canvasses through unique printing in every copy of the magazine.  

Discovery Print, the printing arm of DC Thomson, has given every one of the 30,000 print run a unique player shirt name and number, and code.  The winning printing combination will be revealed in Friday’s edition of the Tele.

Editor of the Evening Telegraph Richard Prest said “At the Tele we provide readers the best in local news, sport and events.  

“The Big Kick Off gives every football fan the news they want as well as the chance to win a canvas of their team.  Our sports writer’s verdicts on the stars to watch during the season, and the exclusive manager interviews shouldn’t be missed!”

Big Kick Off is free in the Evening Telegraph on Thursday 30th July.

The Evening Telegraph has been delivering the news and fighting for its readers since 1877.  The title has seen many changes including a redesign, had its pagination increased and seen the launch of its new website –

The Evening Telegraph provides unrivalled football coverage, from the latest news at Tannadice and Dens to kids’ Sunday kick-abouts.

Each Thursday TV presenter and author Martel Maxwell gives her opinions on a range of subjects from the latest celebrity gossip to the everyday issues affecting Dundee families.

DC Thomson & Co Ltd is a private company and one of the leading publishing houses in the UK.  The company’s headquarters is in Dundee, Scotland, with a London base in Fleet Street.  DC Thomson publishes newspapers, magazines, comics and books.  The company also has interests in radio, printing, retailing and online services.


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2015-07-30 10:06

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