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Barry Gray could be set to step down as Cliftonville manager.
It's after the Reds lost 1-0 at home to Dungannon Swifts in the Tennent's Irish Cup on Saturday.
Gray says he'll hold talks with the board and players about his future.
Crusaders will go to Linfield in the sixth round of the cup next month following Saturday's 4-1 home win against Glentoran.
It was the first match in charge for new Glens boss Gary Smyth.
He spoke to media afterwards about the game and also gave an update on the condition of midfielder John Herron who was stretchered off in the first half with a nasty injury ...
Crues chief Stephen Baxter - who started his playing career with Glentoran as a teenager - praised the big Glens travelling support and the club's new management team, his old friends and former players at Seaview and the Oval Smyth and assistant Paul Leeman...
Hale, Hale...a new hero @CrusadersFC ... @Roryh96 named man of the match on Crues debut, cup win v @Glentoran - “Had family down, next round, MOTM, happy days!” pic.twitter.com/PWUleYiVcv— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) January 5, 2019
🏆 Confirmation of today's @TennentsNI Irish Cup fifth round results ⚽️ #IrishCup pic.twitter.com/lpyi0abEyr— Official Irish FA (@OfficialIrishFA) January 5, 2019
🏆 Confirmation of the @TennentsNI Irish Cup sixth round draw - some cracking ties to look forward to! ⚽️ #IrishCup pic.twitter.com/504SxxqR6G— Official Irish FA (@OfficialIrishFA) January 5, 2019
.@Glentoran @curtis_allen with some good news for fans tonight - reports of his departure are greatly exaggerated. “Typical January rumours, I’m a Glens player, I’ll be doing my utmost for the team, Smicker & Leeper to score as many goals to get us up the board.” pic.twitter.com/zvS1UPAcVO— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) January 5, 2019