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IRISH LEAGUE: Limavady boss Owens upset with fixture schedule

Despite a good start to the season, Limavady United manager Paul Owens isn’t too happy with the way things have been planned out.

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Premier League ins and outs

After a busy final day, the transfer window has now closed with an estimated £1.165bn having been expended by premier league clubs on players during the window.

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LIMAVADY UNITED: Roesiders boss not to downbeat

Limavady United boss Paul Owens wasn’t too disappointed following their League Cup exit at Coleraine.

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Video: Celtic confident ahead of big cup tie

Lurgan Celtic are preparing for the biggest game in the club’s history on Saturday when they take on Portadown in the quarter-final of the Tennents Irish Cup.

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crusaders v Liverpool XI Ravenhill.'A Whole New Ball Game ...... Ravenhill Rugby Ground hosts a football match between Crusaders v Liverpool XI.

LIVERPOOL’S KIDS SHOW THEIR CLASS

LIVERPOOL manager Brendan Rodgers has a new star emerging at Anfield.

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Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - Wednesday 18th July 2012 - Press Eye.'UEFA Championship League Round 2 AEL Limassol v Linfield in Limassol, Cyprus.'Linfield Keeper Alan Blayney makes a save

BLUES LOSE OUT TO CLASSY LIMASSOL

DAVID Jeffrey last night praised his boys even through their Champions League venture almost certainly came to an end in the Cypriot heat.

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�Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland - 10th March 2012'Mandatory Credit - Picture by Darren Kidd/Presseye.com ' 'Carling Premiership, Portadown v Cliftonville at Shamrock Park.' Cliftonville's Ryan Catney makes it 3-3

WE WILL KEEP ON GOING: TIPTON

IT took some time to catch breath following Saturday’s Carling Premiership spectacular at Shamrock Park.

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�Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland - 13th November 2010 Mandatory Credit - Photo-William Cherry/Presseye''Carling Premiership - Crusaders v Linfield''Crusaders' with Linfield's during Saturdays Carling Premiership match at Seaview.

baxter wary of ‘hurt’ sky blues

STEPHEN Baxter admits he will be wary of “the scalded cat” when Crusaders travel to the Ballymena Showgrounds tonight.

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Jeffrey wants to see KILLER TOUCH

LINFIELD manager David Jeffrey is urging his team to regain their ‘killer touch’.

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