Match programme: Rovers v Derry

This week's programme contains a host of interesting features. Download now from MatchDay Digital App or purchase at the ground on Sunday.

Ian Baraclough speaks of pride in seeing the Republic of Ireland Under-21s face Germany in Sligo and the "special significance" of the FAI Cup in the town.
 
Seamus Conneely recalls his time with the club so far and assesses the season. 
 
There is a look back at the games against Limerick, Drogheda United and Bohemians in Action Replay.
 
The Sligo Rovers Heritage Group give an update on their work and how thousands of people have visited the exhibition. 
 
Alan Finn gives an insight into eight former Derry City players who have represented their nations and remain available for selection.
 
Stephen McLaughlin looks at the Road to Europe 1999/2000 season.
 
If you can’t make the game? Then why not purchase the digital version of Sligo Rovers vs Derry City on the Matchday Digital App. 
 
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Don’t miss out and make sure you download your copy. Alternatively, the programme will available from the hut prior to kick-off. 

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