Famous City-Based Pub Welcomes Sunday League Club

Depending on which Tier-restricted area you reside in the sight of a drinking establishment being open to serve customers over a lengthy period of time looks a long way off – and that is why Glasgow Irish FC Manager Paul Mulgrew has strongly praised MALONES GLASGOW for supporting them with sponsorship in a season when a competitive football has yet to be kicked.

The famous city-based pub came on board with new home and away kits for the 2020-2021 campaign, but don’t get the idea that Malones’ involvement stops there.

Paul told me “We have been welcomed there after each home and away fixture, where they put food on for us, and offer a great place for the squad to bond.”

“The players use the venue socially as do the families of our team, so it is relationship that serves both parties very well.”

“Our Annual Trophy in Pre-Season versus Edinburgh Harps sees us travel to the Capital, where we are also welcomed back to Malones (Edinburgh) for hospitality after the fixture. It’s a sponsor we are very grateful of, and one we hope to have a lasting relationship with.”

“On both our home and away kits for the past few years we have proudly displayed our HELP THE HOMELESS GLASGOW Logo, which is unique to our strips. Each year, we donate £5 from each replica strip sale, and the club enhances the end figure with a further donation from our own funds. We also try and promote this hard- working and extremely worthwhile Charitable cause.”

“The aim every season is to further our efforts in this respect as we do consider ourselves very fortunate to have such a big support, and look to tap into this in order to help anyone in a vulnerable social situation.”

“Again, we hope to have a long-lasting connection with HTHG.”

Thank-you to Paul Mulgrew for allowing us to display the logos of MALONES GLASGOW and HELP THE HOMELESS GLASGOW.

Glasgow Irish Join Spirit Of Christmas Appeal 2020

Glasgow Irish FC Manager Paul Mulgrew has revealed the Only Sport Ltd Premiership set-up were delighted to be involved with the GDSFC Spirit of Christmas Appeal this year. In another great exclusive for Scottish Amateur Football News, Paul admitted “2020 has been the most challenging year so far in many of our lives for obvious reasons in having to deal with a global pandemic and a massive change to virtually everything we were used to doing.”

“It’s extremely easy to be selfish and only think of things that we have missed out on individually or indeed collectively as a team, and ourselves at Glasgow Irish FC were keen to emphasise that now, more than ever, the vulnerable in society must be protected and cherished in these trying times.”

“It was with great pride that we were able to participate in the Spirit of Christmas Appeal for a second year running with our players and members of the Board and Coaching Team able to donate gifts for boys and girls from infant age upwards to at the very least offer some happiness during this festive season.”

“While we should be ashamed as a society that this is a necessary, we should also be proud of the efforts that go into doing something so worthwhile.”

“Throughout our existence as a club we have endeavoured to help charitable causes and will continue to contribute more and more as we go forward.”

“Can I also give a special mention to Secretary Nim Roy, of the GDSFC, and all the other member clubs who have helped make this appeal such a success.”