New: Introducing The Flurry

Tuesday 4th December

You might've been wondering, if you are the curious sort, what that little box on the side of the page asking you to sign up to a newsletter was all about. It seems a reasonable question - after all, it appeared from nowhere a couple of weeks ago without explanation - and while not many of you have been kicking up a fuss about it, we thought we'd better introduce you to The Flurry.

The Flurry is kind of like The Blizzard's little brother, an easily digestible morsel delivered direct to your inbox on a monthly(ish) basis. Not in danger of keeping you confined to your house for several days like a Blizzard, it's more something that's pretty to look at and forgotten about with the next day's sunrise. It's not full of the hard-sell and loads of marketing guff, either, it's just a little bit extra from us to you.

Want to know what we're on about?

You can view the first issue of The Flurry here.

If that looks like the sort of thing you'd like to have occasionally crop up in your life, fill in your details in the newsletter sign-up box on the left hand side of the page. As we're careful to make sure that we only send emails to people who want to receive them, you'll need to check your emails to confirm that you want to receive The Flurry. If you don't click the confirmation link that we'll immediately send out to you, you won't go on our list.

Still not convinced?

Should you take the plunge and sign up before Flurry #2 is delivered to inboxes in mid-December, you'll automatically be entered into a draw to win a signed Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid home shirt, courtesy of our good friends at Icons. Sounds like a reasonable Christmas present to us...

Comments

Simon westlake
Simon westlake4th December, 2012

Big fan of the blizzard

Adam Isbister
Adam Isbister4th December, 2012

Liked the first instalment of The Flurry - keep it going. As a side note I wouldn't say Giroud is that rotund; he has nothing on Anderson!

Mikael Homme
Mikael Homme6th December, 2012

And here I thought I was the only one that saw Arsenal's signing of Giroud as something special-- a return to a "presence" at the front. I hope he gets time to show how very capable he is. Doubtful with their current form.

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