Cliftonville say applications for manager's job "from across Ireland and beyond"

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Reds chairman Gerard Lawlor

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Cliftonville say they've had applications from across Ireland and beyond for the managerial vacancy at Solitude.

Friday was the deadline and Reds chairman Gerard Lawlor says a shortlist of candidates will be drawn up this week.

Michael Press was in caretaker charge for Saturday's 1-1 Danske Bank Premiership draw at home to Glenavon.

A Liverpool fan, he says he won't be the north Belfast version of all-conquering interim Man United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer!

Michael was reasonably happy with the point against Glenavon...

Lurgan Blues winger Josh Daniels says home keeper Richard Brush was the star...

Meanwhile, Ballymena United have cut Linfield’s lead at the top of to three points. 

The Sky Blues beat basement club Ards 4-1 at the Showgrounds. 

Concerns were again expressed about the poor condition of the pitch with the game only given the go-ahead after an afternoon inspection.

Crusaders had a 3-1 victory at the Brandywell against Institute.

Coleraine manager Rodney McAree suffered a 2-1 defeat against his old club Dungannon Swifts at Ballycastle Road.

Warrenpoint Town were 2-0 winners away to local rivals Newry City.


Linfield face Glentoran at Windsor Park on Monday night. 








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