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Maroon View Preview – Issue 10

We have another 52 page edition of Maroon View for Friday’s league clash against league leaders Dundalk.

Copies of Maroon View will be on sale inside and outside of Eamonn Deacy Park for €3!

Supporters can also purchase their copies of Maroon View from O’Brien’s Newsagent on William Street in Galway City.

Take a look at what’s in the tenth edition of Maroon View for the visit of Dundalk, preview below.

  • Chairman Jonathan Corbett welcomes Pat Lam and the Connacht heroes to Deacy Park
  • Editorial says we have much to learn from Iceland – and Shiven Rovers
  • Tommy Dunne: Dundalk proud Champions League representatives of the League of Ireland
  • Ryan Connolly: Welcome to Eir Sport and please come again!
  • Paul Corcoran says Nigel Clough’s comments about Wexford signing need context
  • Trevor Murray: Complacency continues to hurt United
  • In The Kitchen With… Armin Aganovic
  • Johnny Ward introduces 80-year-old Lilywhite fan Jim Murphy, who wrote two books on Dundalk
  • Morgan O’Brien coerces a Tipp man to Terryland and explains the response
  • Report from the 1-1 draw in Longford
  • Ciaran Tierney’s stirring account of our Gazan visitors, Al-Helal, and the daily trouble that is life in an occupied territory
  • Bernie O’Connell’s Woodquay Wanderer reflects on what is a great time to be involved in United
  • Gavan Duffy’s Co-op notes looks at the FAI’s €5,000 grant and what can be achieved
  • Dominick Walsh brings you up to date on RISSCW and Galway sporting events
  • Getting To Know The Opposition: Dundalk Democrat writer Gavin McLaughlin
  • Emmet Hartigan happily has a short report in Head Physio Notes
  • Where Are They Now? Club legend Johnny Glynn
  • Noel Dervan from Shiven Rovers details how the little club in Newbridge, Co Galway scored the Club of the Year in Ireland
  • Punters’ Stand: Julian Canny bids to continue a sensational run of tipping – this time looking at the Irish Greyhound Derby
  • Twitterati from the past two weeks
  • Galway’s Under-35 tournament is introduced by Ger Ryan
  • Johnny Glynn reports on two epic 6-2 wins for the under-19s
  • Shane Crotty, Julian Canny and Keith Kelly’s Stat Zone
  • Terryland Teasers is a tough one this week!
  • Featured posted by Shane Crotty: Paul Sinnott

Support the club by picking up a copy of Maroon View for just €3!