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When we sat down at the end of last season to discuss the re-vamp of Everton magazine we stressed the importance of sending copy to the publishers nice and early to offer them the maximum time to set the pages and be as creative as possible. It’s a system that works well outside of a transfer window! August's page plan has been tweaked with more frequency than the name-sign on the door of the manager’s office at Elland Road as more new faces breezed into Finch Farm. But we’ve managed to squeeze everything in. New signings Yannick Bolasie, Ashley Williams and Idrissa Gana Gueye are great lads and gave us all the time we needed to do their recruitment justice. They were more than happy to sit and chat ahead of the deadline and they were (reasonably) happy to pose for accompanying images. It always amazes me that Premier League footballers who don’t bat an eyelid when they step out in front of 40,000 watching spectators can become rather coy when faced with a single cameraman. But exclusive photography is at the core of the new Everton magazine. We’ve worked hard to create a publication that’s modern, vibrant and exciting, without compromising the values that Evertonians hold dear. As well as our new signings we’ve got former striker Michael Branch, whose life after football has been anything but straight-forward. It’s a tale of teenage opportunity, subsequent poor decisions, punishment and redemption. There's also much more to enjoy, including interviews with new Director of Football Steve Walsh, an 'Around The Table' chat with three players from our Class of '98, Francis Jeffers, Michael Ball and Keith Southern, plus a new column with our very own left-back Leighton Baines! We are confident that you will enjoy reading and we welcome all forms of feedback. Drop me a line at darren.griffiths@evertonfc.com with your thoughts. Darren Griffiths, Editor

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