Sacked Glentoran manager Gary Haveron has defended his record at The Oval in the aftermath of a dismissal following 17 months in the hot seat. A Board of Directors statement confirmed the decision based on how “expectations from the club and supporters were simply to see an acceptable degree of year on year progress. Unfortunately, that has not been the case”. However, the former Carrick Rangers boss backed his rebuilding work with the Belfast club.
Gary Hamilton’s lifelong love affair with Glenavon is set to continue beyond a decade in management following confirmation of his three-year contract extension. Hamilton celebrated news of the deal by declaring his intent to remain as Lurgan Blues boss for the remainder of his domestic managerial career. “My dream is at some stage to maybe go into the full-time game as a manager,” said Hamilton on the club’s official website.
Defensive frustrations remain the primary cause of concern for Warrenpoint Town manager Matthew Tipton despite a January transfer window which featured the exits of two leading attacking names. The departures of Darren Murray and Stephen Murray may have resulted in a reduction in the Town forward threat but Tipton’s focus continues to centre on a backline boost. Warrenpoint visit Carrick Rangers having conceded three goals on each of the previous three fixtures.
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Selecting a term
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