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Tyrone have announced former All-Ireland winning captain Brian Dooher and Feargal Logan as the new joint managers of the senior football team, ratified on a three-year term.
It follows the decision earlier this month that Mickey Harte was no longer continuing in the role, after 18 years and three All-Ireland titles. He's just taken up a new job as Louth manager.
Logan managed Tyrone’s 2015 All-Ireland U21 winning side, when Dooher was a member of his backroom team.
Just in - management team named to replace Mickey Harte...— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 25, 2020
“Tyrone GAA wish to formally announce the appointment of Fergal Logan and Brian Dooher as the new Joint Managers of Tyrone Senior Football team.
“Both have been appointed and ratified for a 3 year period”#Tyrone #GAA pic.twitter.com/kWb6QmZU3I
Tributes continue locally and across the globe after the death of an icon:
Tributes are pouring in for Diego Maradona, including this poignant message from the Northern Ireland international set-up:— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 25, 2020
💚 November 25 will forever be a date to remember two icons of the game. 15 years ago we lost George Best and today another genius, Maradona #RIPDiego pic.twitter.com/dPdYuC5WYV
The countdown is on to a crunch match for the Northern Ireland women's team:
🎥 Huge week for the Northern Ireland team with a play-off place for @UEFAWomensEURO up for grabs. Two home wins will do it, starting on Friday night v Belarus. @GlasgowCityFC forward @LaurenW17 is up for the battle:#GAWA @ElecIrelandNI #GameChangersNI pic.twitter.com/C86QHzHJIp— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 25, 2020
Derry City's disappointing season has ended:
FAI Cup quarter-final@sligorovers 0@derrycityfc 0— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 25, 2020
Sligo win 3-1 on pens
Heartbreaking defeat for Derry, heroic display after preparations were thrown into chaos by Covid - but Candystripes’ season is over#bitored play league champions @ShamrockRovers in semis on Sunday pic.twitter.com/9TH0q7fqXE
And a date's been announced for the second and third tiers of the Irish League to start:
Championship set to kick off in January, #COVID19 restrictions permitting.— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 25, 2020
NIFL statement: pic.twitter.com/0B1AhcZrQq