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Oran Kearney started his reign as St. Mirren manager on Friday night with a surprise scoreless draw at home to Brendan Rodgers' Celtic.
The champions had to settle for a point after having French midfielder Olivier Ntcham sent off in the first half.
Rodney McAree has been confirmed as Kearney's successor at Coleraine.
The 44-year-old leaves Dungannon Swifts after being handed a two-and-a-half year, full-time contract by the Bannsiders...
McAree will retain the services of Kearney's backroom team of Trevor McKendry, Winkie Murphy and Paul Owens, who take charge of the team for Saturday's game against Ards in Bangor.
Coleraine chairman Colin McKendry is hoping to continue the club's progression under Kearney.
After agonisingly missing out on the title last season, he wants to go one better this time...
📝 | DONE DEAL: #ColeraineFC is delighted to announce the appointment of Rodney McAree as our new manager... #COTB— Coleraine FC (@ColeraineFC) September 14, 2018
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Dungannon are away to Premiership leaders Linfield on Saturday.
Crusaders have Newry City, Glenavon go to Institute and Cliftonville take on Warrenpoint Town at the Q Radio Arena.
Reds boss Barry Gray is aiming to inflict his former club's seventh straight defeat.
He says he knows how Point manager Stephen McDonnell feels as he once had a record losing streak of 10 games while at Warrenpoint...