Paddy McClean is the subject of Beth Stafford’s graphic which fronts the cover of Saturday’s 40-page Glentoran Gazette in which Warren Feeney reflects on THAT refereeing decision and on the performances against Crusaders and Ballymena United. We ask whether, after the recent flooding at the Oval, the Glens will face a battle in the bid to go plastic. And we detail why the NIFL Premiership has lost its place as the safest place in the world for managers. Gazette publishers, the 1923 Committee, make an appeal to the BBC to restore the League’s highlights programme while Henry Muldrew is off on his travels to Spain and we discover what former midfielder, Dale Gorman, is up to. Brian McClelland recalls the dual code giant that was Noel McCarthy while fellow history master Roy Downes brings us the tale of the international team that were proud to wear the Glens jerseys. We bring you the latest from Glentoran Women and the Legends while Norman Ternahan and our photographic partners, Pacemaker Press, capture all the latest league action from the last eight days in words and pictures. The £4 Gazette is by the fans for the fans.