64-page souvenir magazine on Thursday

À special 64-page special edition souvenir A4 magazine will be on sale at this Thursday's Europa League first round second leg tie with FK Banga in The Showgrounds.
 
You can purchase the programme now for delivery later this month. Click here to buy the programme. http://www.sligorovers.com/shop/product/sligo-rovers-match-programme-v-f...
 
It will be on sale in the ground on match night and able to download from http://www.matchdayfix.com/sligo/ on Thursday morning. 
 
Among the features in this unique publication, Joseph Ndo speaks from his heart as he looks back on the year that has been for Sligo Rovers so far and what future the club must adapt. 
 
Manager John Coleman also gives an in-depth interview for the first time on his hopes for the coming months at The Showgrounds.
 
Michael Moran rekindles memories of the famous Shed End and the history that comes with it.
 
Recently retired Sligo Champion journalist Leo Gray picks his greatest Rovers XI after Jimmy Magee's selection on RTE's Soccer Republic recently.
 
FAI chief executive John Delaney explains why he sees Sligo Rovers as an example to other clubs in Ireland. 
 
 
Alan Keane pens a column on his long-standing ambition for European success at the Bit o' Red. 
 
There are 11 pages on our opposition on Thursday evening, FK Banga, and a look back at last week's experience in Lithuania with Conal Collier.
 
Tommie Gorman explains why love never stops at The Showgrounds. 
 
For all of this and more in 64 A4 pages, pick up your copy for €5 or order yours in our online store. 
 

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