Q Radio Sport
Michael O'Neill insists he'll be able to juggle his commitments as the manager of Northern Ireland and Stoke.
He's continuing in his role with the national team for Euro 2020 qualifiers with the Netherlands in Belfast on Saturday night and in Germany next Tuesday.
O'Neill will also oversee any potential play-off next year ...
Northern Ireland striker Josh Magennis admits he's devastated O'Neill is leaving ...
Leeds winger Stuart Dallas is tipping his NI boss to quickly guide Stoke up the Championship table ...
After tonight's results Northern Ireland guaranteed at least a play-off place for @UEFAEURO. So at least two more games in charge for the gaffer! The latest on air am ... #GAWA #EURO2020 pic.twitter.com/mrzETIkoHX— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 15, 2019
To the Danske Bank Premiership -
Stoppage time goals from Jordan Owens and Jamie McGonigle helped Crusaders to a 3-1 victory at Carrick on Friday night.
There are four more matches on Saturday afternoon.
They include the early kick-off of 1pm at the Brandywell with Institute facing Linfield.
At three o'clock, Warrenpoint host leaders Coleraine, second-placed Cliftonville welcome Ballymena and Larne visit Dungannon.