Published Tuesday, 14 August 2012
Football is back!
The Irish League's made its return with a new sponsor, a new campaign and they even thought they'd bring Ballinamallard United along for the ride. Good choice.
The Social Club are back for 2012/13 and in Come And See Me the gang chat about Ballymena United's win over Linfield, a Crusaders-humbling Coleraine and dissect those dodgy refereeing decisions at Cliftonville v Glenavon.
Chris defends Glentoran (don't get used to that) after being treated to their 3-1 win over Donegal Celtic while Lisburn Distillery chose to let Lisburnians run wild at the turnstiles by scrapping the admission charge.
They also gave Portadown a wee scare, so they did.
It's not looking good at Keith's portion of the football pyramid - Newry City have been slapped with a winding up order and Ards have problems of their own.
Meanwhile, what's going on in the Amateur League? Not much.
It's Michael O'Neill's Green and White Army! We appreciate we recorded this a little close to the match itself, but we couldn't prevent our thrills from spilling.
Time for the international seniors to face up to Finland, while the new manager's still on the hunt for his first win in charge.
Sit back, crack open a bag of cheese and onion Tayto and embrace us...