The fourth edition of Maroon View is a double programme for the visit of Cork City on Friday and Finn Harps on Monday.
Copies of Maroon View will be on sale inside and outside of Eamonn Deacy Park at Friday’s game against Cork City and Monday’s EA SPORTS Cup second round tie against Finn Harps, so be sure to pick up yours for just €3!
Supporters can also purchase their copies of Maroon View from O’Brien’s Newsagent on William Street in Galway City.
Here’s what in issue 4 of Maroon View:
- Chairman Jonathan Corbett says to “bring a friend or a few if you can” to Eamonn Deacy Park
- Editorial: Paul Sinnott is what United should strive to be
- From The Dugout: Tommy says stats against Cork last season showed United were being undone at set-plays
- Captain’s Log: Ryan Connolly hails the crowd that turned out against Harps and says United “don’t plan on changing our 100 per cent home record”
- Paul Corcoran details how perseverance paid off in the MLS
- Cian O’Connell says Galway United are on the road again
- In The Kitchen With… John “The Truck” Sullivan
- Dominick Walsh: I’ve always loved watching Cork City
- Gavan Duffy’s Co-op Notes extols the progress of FORAS in Cork
- Where Are They Now? Fergal Coleman
- Family United: Paraic Collins meets Welsh stonemason Fergus Packman and son Synjen
- Match Report from U19s’ loss in Cabinteely
- Head Physio Notes: Nearly everyone back fit and ready to play
- Trevor Murray: Home form is crucial
- Woodquay Wanderer: Cork were a true friend in United’s hour of need
- Punters’ Stand: Julian Canny has two fancies for the EA Sports Cup outright
- Twitterati: Which Maroon View writer got a belt of the ball from Vinny Faherty?
- Getting To Know The Opposition: Cork fan Niamh O’Mahony
- Stat Zone with Keith Kelly, Shane Crotty and Julian Canny
- Draw: Win Tickets To Euro 2016