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  • Friday May 21st, 2021 @ 9:11

The Saint (Vol 33 #6)

Welcome to our latest the Saint, ahead of tonight's massive Dublin derby against Bohemian FC.

It's been a tough few weeks for the Saints, but dealing with setbacks for the first time this season will show the true measure and mettle of the squad.

From what we have seen for most of the season, I think we can be optimistic that we will bounce back. Let's hope
that starts tonight.
We have a really special issue for you tonight.

We're lucky enough to have three great interviews. Firstly, Brian Kerr gives us his musical memories and how they dovetailed into his career, this will be a multipart interview over the next few issues. Enjoy! Well done to Johnny Keegan for such a great piece.

Elsewhere, Sean Brennan talks to Bundesliga legend and former Saint, Noel Campbell about his career with Fortuna Cologne.

We also have an interview, thanks to Damien Byrne, with a more recent hero, in the shape of the inimitable Kenny Browne.

We also have a host of other great features, including a look at the career of Paul McGee from a man who knew him from following Wimbledon. He was of course also a Saint.

We also have history, stats, quizzes, opposition analysis and much much more!

We hope you enjoy this week's edition which you can read online or download the PDF version here.

In line with public health guidelines no supporters will be allowed attend our upcoming games at Richmond Park.

However subscribers to Watch LOI will be able to watch the game on the league's streaming platform WatchLOI.

Next Fixture

Waterford / June 25th @ 7:45pm
Competition: League
Venue: RSC
Team Pld Pts
St Patrick's Athletic1734
Shamrock Rovers1734
Sligo Rovers1732
Bohemian FC1727
Drogheda United1725
Derry City1722
Finn Harps1719
Waterford FC1712
Longford Town178

St Patrick's Athletic FC

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