Beth Stafford’s cover graphic of Luke McCullough kicks off another 40-page Glentoran Gazette in which manager Warren Feeney tells us that while he is pleased with recent performances, he is concerned about a mounting injury toll ahead of the visit of a strengthened and spirited Dungannon Swifts side, which, of course, will also see the return to the Oval of Rodney McAree since his summer move. The Gazette also highlights another of the matters Warren speaks about – the increasing introduction of our youngsters to the first team squad. In the first interview after his retirement, Willie Garrett tells Matthew Brown how he played through pain for six years. We look at one of the big issues that flared up this week after the Northern Ireland international squad suffered yet another defeat, Brian McClelland elevates the great Con Martin to his Brylcreem Boys pantheon while Henry Muldrew has been busy, first asking how Glentoran fans view themselves before whisking us away to Germany on another of his international travelogues. Gazette publishers, the 1923 Committee, remembers one of its former members and we catch up with Dino Maamria, another former player from outside Northern Ireland. We have picture specials from the last three games from our own man on the track, Tommy Sewell, and our Pacemaker Press partners while Norman Ternahan gives us his view of those performances. The Gazette, at £4, is by the fans for the fans.