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IRISH LEAGUE: Former Portadown captain O’Hara takes up Mid-Ulster manager’s role

Keith O’Hara may have left Portadown after a 20-year playing career but his connection to the town will remain following an appointment as manager of Rectory Rangers.

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Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill

WATCH: Northern Ireland squad ‘deeply saddened’ by Manchester attack - Michael O’Neill

Northern Ireland boss Michael O’Neill says he and his players are ‘deeply saddened’ by the terror atrocity in Manchester.

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Jose Mourinho leads Manchester United in Wednesday's final

Jose Mourinho: Manchester will pull together after bomb attack

Jose Mourinho is determined to lead Manchester United to Europa League glory at a time when hearts and minds are at home with those affected by Monday's terrorist attack.

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Andy Kilmartin (right). Pic by PressEye Ltd.Andy Kilmartin (right). Pic by PressEye Ltd.

IRISH LEAGUE: Kilmartin thanks Glenavon and Portadown fans for support on his Mid-Ulster move

Andy Kilmartin’s move to Portadown from Glenavon has been met with a positive response to the player from the majority of supporters on both sides of the Mid-Ulster derby divide.

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Dundalk's Michael Duffy shields the ball from Derry City winger Ronan Curtis.

FOOTBALL: Derry City take a point at champinos Dundalk

DUNDALK 0 DERRY CITY 0

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Paddy McLaughlin looks set to be confirmed as the new boss at Institute.  Mandatory Credit Photo Lorcan Doherty / Presseye.com

Paddy set for ‘Stute job

Paddy McLaughlin looks set to be confirmed at Institute’s new manager within the next 24 hours.

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A terrorist attack at Manchester Arena has killed 22 people. Uefa has confirmed it has 'no specific intelligence of risk' to Europa League final.

'No specific intelligence' of risk to Europa League final after Manchester bomb

UEFA has expressed its shock and sadness after a bomb killed 22 people in Manchester, but insists there is "no specific intelligence" to suggest Manchester United's Europa League final against Ajax may be the target of an attack.

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Andy Kilmartin - pictured in Glenavon colours last season - has signed for Portadown on a two-year deal. Pic by Pacemaker.

IRISH LEAGUE: Currie’s praise as Kilmartin shows hunger to help Portadown promotion bid

Niall Currie has confirmed Andy Kilmartin opted to sign for relegated Portadown despite more attractive financial offers on the table from Premiership clubs.

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Former Sunderland and Manchester United manager, David Moyes.

David Moyes quits as Sunderland boss

David Moyes has resigned as Sunderland manager following the club's relegation from the English Premier League.

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St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright is a former Northern Ireland international

Wright sees a good outlook ahead

St. Johnstone Manager Tommy Wright maintained a positive outlook as he reflected on his side’s final outing of the season – a 1-2 defeat at the hands of Rangers on Sunday afternoon.

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Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers with the Scottish Premiership trophy

Brendan Rodgers hails unbeaten Celtic

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers paid tribute to his “infrangibles” after they finished the Ladbrokes Premiership campaign unbeaten with a 2-0 victory over Hearts.

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Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha is mobbed by fans after his sides 2-1 victory over St Johnstone

Rangers boss Caixinha in positive mood following win over St Johnstone

Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha was certainly pleased with his side’s performance in Perth after they saw off St Johnstone 2-1 in the last game of their season.

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The Northern Ireland Programme and Memorabilia Fair

Football programme fair hits Belfast

Enthusiasts in the ever expanding world of football programme and memorabilia collecting will be given another opportunity to attend a football fair in Northern Ireland.

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Manchester United came bottom of the league for points won per pound spent on players' wages, according to analysis by sports finance experts.

Man United bottom of league for points won per pound spent on players' wages

Manchester United came bottom of the league for points won per pound spent on players' wages, according to analysis by sports finance experts.

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John Terry played his final game for Chelsea on Sunday

Paddy Power pays out on John Terry substitution bets

Three punters have been paid out by a bookmaker which accepted bets on the specific time of John Terry's first-half substitution at 100-1.

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Jose Mourinho's Manchester United will take on Italian side Sampdoria in Dublin

Manchester United to play Sampdoria in Dublin friendly

Manchester United have announced they will face Sampdoria in a friendly at Dublin's Aviva Stadium as part of their pre-season preparations this summer.

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Keith Gillespie pictured at the Crown Plaza Hotel in Belfast where he announced his new role as a football agent

Keith Gillespie: I wouldn’t change a minute of my rollercoaster football career

He agonisingly missed out on a Premier League title with Newcastle in 1996, played in a critically acclaimed Northern Ireland side who never made it to a major finals, and battled a gambling addiction which saw him lose £7 million over his career as a professional footballer ... and still Keith Gillespie says he would not have done anything differently if given a second chance.

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Derry City's Aaron McEneff celebrates his first goal against Shamrock Rovers. Picture by Lorcan Doherty/Presseye.com

DERRY CITY: Midfielder dedicates brace to late uncle

For the first time in a number of weeks, Derry City looked like a side that had rediscovered their ‘mojo’ in Friday’s impressive victory over Shamrock Rovers.

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Ben Roy (right). Pic by Pacemaker.

IRISH LEAGUE: Currie’s delight at capture of Roy for Portadown

Portadown manager Niall Currie has highlighted the versatility and desire of Ben Roy as key elements in securing the striker.

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Andy Kilmartin. Pic by Pacemaker.

IRISH LEAGUE: Kilmartin and Elebert turn down Glenavon contract offers

Glenavon have confirmed exits for David Elebert and Andy Kilmartin - with both players opting to turn down one-year offers to stay at Mourneview Park.

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