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Billing in for City Matchday


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Philip Billing lifts the lid on his childhood in Denmark and getting to grips with the Yorkshire accent in Sunday's programme.

As champions Manchester City are welcomed to Vitality Stadium, the 116-page MATCHDAY includes an in-depth interview with Billing, who also dons classic AFC Bournemouth and Denmark shirts for our exclusive shoot.

Aaron Ramsdale gives the inside track on his career to date, being rejected as a teenager for being too small and how he plans to keep hold of his starting shirt.

Other features in Sunday's programme include a profile of former Cherries and City manager Mel Machin, with former players Eddie Howe, Claus Jorgensen and Mark Morris talking about their former boss.

Priced at £3.50, there is also a Junior Cherries pull-out which includes a huge Billing poster and all the rest of the news and views from around the club.

As well as the physical copies on sale on Sunday, which can also be bought online here, you can also download a digital version (here for iOS and here for Android) which is now compatible with screen readers.

The digital edition costs just 99p and can be viewed on phones and tablets, for more details on how to download, click here.

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