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“When Na Fianna were playing ‘Isles in the semi-finals, I came on as a substitute in the second half after playing earlier in the day for Rovers against Derry in the League”

The above is taken from a Jason Sherlock interview with the Irish Independent in October 1998.

Come Here To Me has friends in all circles, and this should appeal to some of our readers. The latest issue of Blue And Navy, the Dublin GAA fanzine, is available now. You’ll find it in Easons and from a newspaper vender or two on O’ Connell Street (the better option of course)

While the issue has a special focus on Jason Sherlock and his Dublin career, it also includes the usual commentary and great focus on Dublin GAA history and broader Dublin life.

If you’re one of our League of Ireland regulars, you may be wondering who this Jason Sherlock fella is. Well, it’s the same Jason Sherlock who did time in our League. Sherlock played for UCD AFC (spot those photos in the student bar) and then signed for Shamrock Rovers in August 1998. To most Dubs, outside the Friday Night Club, he is known mainly as the last link to that Dublin team of 1995.

It’s cheaper than a pint, and will last you longer. Pick one up, and support the fanzine. We need more independent publications like this across the board.

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