In the Boxing Day Glentoran Gazette Mick McDermott says conceding a late goal at Cliftonville was frustrating, especially in the manner it was conceded, but admits we need to be more ruthless in front of goal. And he adds that the team needs to use the League Cup defeat by Linfield as motivation for the derby game. Ahead of the Big Two Christmas clash Jamie Megarry and Matthew Brown agree that it is a game which can make or break the holiday for fans. Marcus Kane tells us why he is helping an RVH unit through his testimonial while Brian McClelland recalls Nacho Novo’s short time at the Oval. In another 40-page programme, the publishers, the 1923 Committee, argue that goal line technology would be more useful to the local game than VAR, we assess the league’s standing in relation to our neighbours and query the overuse of statistics around the game. Summer signing Aidan Wilson is Beth Stafford’s cover star while Henry Muldrew finds himself in the East Midlands in the latest part of his English odyssey. And, of course, Norman Ternahan and Thomas Sewell bring all the match action from last Tuesday night in words and pictures. The Gazette, by the fans for the fans, is £4.