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Christian Eriksen the cover star of Saturday’s Match Programme

Now available to purchase online, your Newcastle issue includes an in-depth interview with new signing Christian Eriksen

24 February 2022

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Denmark international Christian Eriksen takes centre stage in issue 14 of your Match Programme, which is now available to purchase online.

In a revealing interview, Christian takes us through the “six months of waiting and hard work” that ultimately led him to West London and a return to the Premier League.

 

Christian on his cardiac arrest last summer:

“I was on my back when I woke up. I felt them pressing on me. I struggled to breathe, then I heard faint voices and doctors talking… When I woke up from the CPR, it was like waking up from a dream. I was far away. It wasn’t until I was in the ambulance that I realised I had been dead.”

 

Linking up with Thomas Frank again:

“He’s got the same hair as before! For me it’s difficult to remember those days - I was very, very young – but I we had some good times and some good wins. We had a good team back then. To have him now as my coach feels like I’ve come full circle. I’m happy that he’s the coach. I spoke to Thomas a few times. I had a good feeling. London is a good place to be, a good place for my family. I’m playing in the Premier League. Brentford was the best mix; from the outside it looked very familiar and a good place to work.”

 

And his determination to begin a new chapter:

“I’ve been given the green light from the doctors that I’m able and capable of being the footballer, Christian. Of course, I will always have the experience with me, everyone will have the memory of what happened last time I played, but I think now is the time to make new memories and look forward. I’m excited to show that with an ICD – if you do the proper tests and everything is okay – you can play again. I’m happy about it.”

 

Also included in Saturday’s issue:

  • From the Dugout: Thomas Frank’s thoughts
  • The lowdown on Newcastle United
  • Hot off the Press with Chris Waugh of The Athletic
  • A Foot in Both Camps with ‘Geordie’ Joe Allon
  • A Strip Down Memory Lane
  • View from the North Stand
  • From the Archive
  • History Boys – 1991/92 revisited
  • Brentford B: Head Coach Neil MacFarlane looks back on the young Bees’ Atlantic Cup campaign
  • Coach Karleigh
  • The Last Word with Ben Burgess

 

Order online

 

Priced at £4, our sellers around the stadium are now accepting contactless payments. Programmes are also available from The Bees Merchandise Kiosk on Lionel Road South and from the Bees Superstore.

Missed a game at Brentford Community Stadium this season? Fill the gaps in your programme collection here.

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