30/09/2016

Gary Haveron Appointed New Manager Of Glentoran FC

Gary Haveron has been appointed the new manager of Glentoran Football Club.
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His previous management role was at Carrick Rangers where in 2014/15 season he led Carrick to a trophy treble when Carrick won the NIFL Championship, Steel & Sons Cup and Intermediate Cup. He successfully led Carrick to retain their place in the NIFL Premiership in 2015/16 before resigning at the end of the season.

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