Match Programme for Limerick game

The match programme for Sligo Rovers v Limerick is available to download now via Match Day Digital in iPad and iPhone and will be on sale on Saturday night in The Showgrounds. 

In this week's edition, Ian Baraclough reveals his hopes for the rest of the season and plans to capture players for 2014 shortly.
 
Chairman Tony Quinn welcomes the return of Republic of Ireland Under-21 internationals to The Showgrounds in his notes. 
 
Lee Lynch documents his careers so far on a night he will face his hometown team in a long feature with the Rovers midfielder.
 
Paul Stewart, strength and conditioning coach with the club, gives an insight into his work and how his appointment came about.
 
Joe Molloy looks back on all the international players to have that wore the Bit o' Red ahead of Pascal Millien's game for Haiti against South Korea in Seoul.
 
 
Limerick manager Stuart Taylor speaks about their season so far and his take on the Bit o' Red.
 
Conal Collier and Stephen McLoughlin contribute their columns and there is much, much more in a packed edition
 
Download now via www.matchdaydigital.co.uk/sligorovers on your iPad/iPhone. Visit the iTunes store and search Matchday Digital.
 
The programme is on sale priced €4 on sale in The Showgrounds on Saturday night. 

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