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Paul Millar has left his job as Glenavon assistant boss to re-join his old club Glentoran, where he had previously been a player and manager.
He'll be part of the new management team at the Oval, working closely with Head Coach Mick McDermott who replaced Gary Smyth at the weekend.
The Glens have been in negotiations about a major cash investment.
Millar says he's delighted to be involved in the project and wants Glentoran back where it belongs - the biggest and best club in Ireland.
The former Cardiff player had spent seven years on the backroom staff at Glenavon.
New Glens boss McDermott says 'Windy' will be "a massive asset."
The 45-year-old Head Coach has given an exclusive interview to Glens TV/Digivibe Media, outlining ambitious plans but warning it will be 'a climb' back to the top' ...
GlensTV Exclusive 💥🎥 | New Head Coach Mick McDermott caught up with GlensTV for his first official interview since joining the club. Check it out now ➡️ https://t.co/DrRjgMmrSQ! #TimeToClimb 🐓🔥 pic.twitter.com/HBqXSssALC— Glentoran FC (@Glentoran) April 4, 2019
The first game under the new regime is Saturday's Danske Bank Premiership clash at Dungannon - both clubs are in the running for the final Europa League play-off place.
📰🏡 Windy Comes Home— Glentoran FC (@Glentoran) April 3, 2019
Paul Millar has re-joined Glentoran as a member of the coaching team in Mick McDermott’s first appointment since becoming our Head Coach at the weekend
↪️https://t.co/O21IQ1VSWH#TimeToClimb 🐓🔥 pic.twitter.com/yyEff1Dclz