As he prepares to face a Carrick side that have given the Glens trouble on a couple of occasions this season, Warren Feeney explains why the January window was a quiet one and updates fans on the squad’s injury list while graphic artist Beth Stafford marks Charlie Lindsay’s return to the Oval by placing him on the cover of another 40-page edition. The Gazette team also takes a look at the job Stuart King has done on a budget considerably smaller than some sides in the Premiership. Matthew Brown decries the rumour mongers and urges Glens fans to heed the words of Ali Pour. Gazette publishers, the 1923 Committee, bemoan why a bigger venue wasn’t found for the County Antrim Shield final while Roy Downes takes a timely look at the appeals that have littered the Irish Cup competition down the years. A sheepish Brian McClelland belatedly admits the legendary Jim Cleary to the Brylcreem Boys club and, while Henry Muldrew looks at football’s tribal instincts, our writers applaud the move against the unruly element in our fanbase and with the return of a Stormont administration hope for a speedy conclusion to the much-promised funding for Irish League grounds. And, of course, Norman Ternahan and Tommy Sewell catch up in words and pictures on the raft of games we have played in the last month. The Gazette, by the fans for the fans, is £4.