The Whites have devoted this weekend’s programme to the Bolton Wanderers great, with the club unveiling the Nat Lofthouse Statue before kick-off against the Hoops.
Inside, we have the full story of how the statue was built and a look back on a Lofthouse's career and how he helped the club famously win the FA Cup in 1958, by beating Manchester United at Wembley.
The main interview will be with birthday boy Marc Tierney, who turns 28 today. The full-back has made a good impression since arriving from Norwich City in the summer, starting the club's first three league games.
Manager Dougie Freedman and skipper Zat Knight will contribute their regular columns and we have caught up with U18 coach David Lee after opening league game last weekend against Reading.
Also, in this edition of the matchday programme, we speak exclusively to former World Cup referee Graham Poll about a number of topics including goal line technology and his memories of officiating at the Reebok Stadium.
There is much more in this weekend’s 68 page programme, including the full low down on Harry Redknapp’s Queens Park Rangers, so don’t miss out on your copy, with the programme priced at just £3.
Programmes are on sale around the ground ahead of the 12.15 kick-off at the Reebok Stadium.