DFC Magazine Preview: Dundalk v Cliftonville
The DFC Trust will be selling the latest edition of the award-winning DFC Magazine at the Setanta Sports Cup semi-final second leg match between Dundalk and Cliftonville at Oriel Park on Monday night. It is another must-read issue with all the usual ingredients and is unbeatable value at just €3, with 40 pages packed full of insights, information and fun. A huge amount of work has gone into producing this magazine – our second in just four days – and we hope that fans will support our efforts.
In this edition, striker Jason Byrne gives his thoughts from the Dressing Room, and he has insisted that the side’s run to this stage of the Setanta Sports Cup has not been a distraction to their league form. “I certainly don’t think so,” Byrne says in his notes. “You want to be involved in every competition, and games beat training. You would rather play games than train, and I think every player feels the same. I don’t think it’s a distraction, and I don’t think any of our defeats have been down to tiredness due to the number of games we have played; they have just been down to silly mistakes.”
The Magazine also includes assistant manager Darius Kierans’ views from the dugout, physio Paul Cheshire gives a lowdown on the latest injuries, General Manager Paul Johnston brings us the news from the Boardroom, and we take an extensive look at our opponents. Milo Corcoran of the Setanta Sports Cup Organising Committee also speaks about this season’s competition. As well as that, we have our popular features, which include a player poster pullout, Classic Match, Season Past, a selection of Lilywhite Legends, The Spectator, and much, much more. Make sure to pick up your copy on the way into the ground!
All THIS for just €3!
– Thoughts from the dugout: Darius Kierans
– Dressing room insight: Jason Byrne
– Treatment Table: Paul Cheshire
– Comprehensive guide to Cliftonville FC
– Boardroom welcome: Paul Johnston
– Milo Corcoran’s Thoughts
– Stats round-up
– Pullout poster: Keith Ward
– Lilywhite Legends
– A look back at the 1997/98 season
– The Spectator
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