Reds boss Gray - "Welcome back Ronnie, we hope you have a miserable afternoon"

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Glentoran interim manager Ronnie McFall. Image: NIFL.

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Irish League legend Ronnie McFall is back in business this weekend as Glentoran manager.

The 72-year-old has returned for a second stint - 39 years after his first game in charge at the Oval. 

Cliftonville visit east Belfast on Saturday for a crunch Danske Bank Premiership derby clash.

Reds manager Barry Gray is welcoming McFall back, but says there's no sentiment.

Cliftonville are fifth in the standings, 12 points above the struggling Glens who are clinging on to a place in the top six.

Gray's confident of victory.

Also on Saturday, league leaders by two points Crusaders host Ballymena United.

Second-placed Coleraine welcome Warrenpoint Town. 

Point boss Matthew Tipton is relishing the challenge.


Meanwhile, Glenavon go to Carrick, Linfield are away to Ards and BetMcClean League Cup winners Dungannon Swifts have Ballinamallard at Stangmore Park.

They all start at 3pm. 

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