Glentoran Manager Alan Kernaghan Resigns

Glentoran manager Alan Kernaghan has resigned after being defeated by Annagh United.

Former manager Roy Coyle will now take up the post temporarily.

On Tuesday night, Annagh United, who are at the bottom of Championship One, won the match by 3-2.
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Kernaghan was appointed the position in November 2015 after Eddie Patterson was dismissed.


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