Tuesday May 05, 2020
FANS' favourite Ulrich Ostergaard has warned Peterborough's rivals not to underestimate their side in 2020.

The Dane is back with the Crendon Panthers after rediscovering some fine form towards the back end of last season.

And Ostergaard, who also won the league with the Panthers back in 2006, is delighted to be returning to Alwalton.

"I'm so eager to get the season going with Peterborough as it's a place for me that feels most like home in the UK," Ostergaard said.

"I believe it brings the best out of me and I always seem to give something extra when I'm in Panthers' colours.

"I'm excited about this new season; I've heard some people say the side is too old but I disagree.

"I believe it's a team full of experience and has a lot of strength in depth."

Supporters can read more from the in-depth interview with Ostergaard in the latest issue of the club's season delay programme.

Club chiefs Rob Lyon, Carl Johnson and Keith Chapman also bring us their latest views while skipper Hans Andersen brings us up to date with the latest on the international racing scene.

Triple British Champion Chris Harris is in the spotlight for 'Come Dine With Me' while 'One Moment In Time' reflects on 1995.

There are also columns from Speedway writer Ryan Guest as well as TV and radio broadcaster Nigel Pearson.

All this and more is available for just £2.25+p&p online via curtis-sport.com.

Alternatively a covering letter/order form can be posted along with a cheque for £4.00 made payable to CURTIS SPORT LTD to Curtis Sport, Unit 24, Empire Industrial Park, Empire Close, Aldridge, West Midlands, WS9 8UQ.

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