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A Love Supreme (fanzine)

A Love Supreme is an independent magazine and fanzine created for the supporters of the English football club Sunderland A.F.C.. The fanzine was first published in 1989 by the supporters and for the supporters of the club itself. A Love Supreme also hosts unofficial SAFC merchandise online.

A Love Supreme was chosen as UK Fanzine of the Year by Total Football Magazine on six separate occasions. In 2009 it was again named Fanzine of the Year by UK Pools, as well as Best Premier League Publication (Online).[1] ALS has also been named North East Publication of the Year on two occasions. Prominent contributors include Sobs, Andy Fury, Graham Bambrough, Tom Lynn, Paul Maughan, Graham Laidler, James Hunt, Chris Thompson and Francis Todd Malone. The magazine is edited by Martyn McFadden.

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