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In pictures: Kirsty McGuinness returns to haunt Linfield and boost Cliftonville's title bid in Women's Premiership

Belfast Telegraph 06 May 2021
Kirsty McGuinness scored her first goal as a Cliftonville Ladies player as she helped inflict an early blow to former club Linfield Ladies' hopes of regaining the Danske Bank Women's Premiership title ... McGuinness marked her home debut in style with the opening goal, heading home in the 25th minute to finish a pinpoint cross from Chloe Orr.
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Jacob Carney open to extended Portadown stay as Manchester United stopper becomes fan favourite during loan spell

Belfast Telegraph 04 May 2021
Swapping one of the world's biggest clubs for the Danske Bank Premiership might not be to everyone's liking, but Carney didn't think twice when offered the opportunity ... large spanner in the works as the club battled for their first league title win 31 years ago.
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Glens need Big Two joy to keep title bid alive: Leeman

Belfast Telegraph 30 Apr 2021
Glentoran legend Paul Leeman says he's thrilled to see his old club challenging for the Danske Bank Premiership title again but he believes only a home win in the Big Two derby tomorrow will keep their Gibson Cup hopes alive ... “You have to look at what the club has been through.
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Glentoran v Linfield: It's win or bust for Glens' title challenge at the Oval, says Paul Leeman

Belfast Telegraph 30 Apr 2021
Glentoran legend Paul Leeman says he's thrilled to see his old club challenging for the Danske Bank Premiership title again but he believes only a home win in the Big Two derby tomorrow will keep their Gibson Cup hopes alive ... “You have to look at what the club has been through.
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Local football fans face three-week wait to discover if Irish Cup Final will be played behind closed doors

Belfast Telegraph 25 Apr 2021
The Irish FA would consider allowing fans in for free at this year's Irish Cup Final - if the Northern Ireland Executive give the green light for the decider to be used as a test case ... In recent weeks Danske Bank Premiership clubs have been pleading for the Executive to allow fans back into their stadiums for the final six weeks of the season ... .
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Northern Ireland star Chloe McCarron leaves Birmingham 'for personal reasons' as Linfield linked with move

Belfast Telegraph 23 Apr 2021
Everyone at Birmingham City would like to thank Chloe for her efforts during her time at the Club." ... McCarron could move back to the Danske Bank Premiership with former club Linfield being linked with a move to secure her services ahead of the new season. The Danske Bank Women's Premiership is due to commence on Wednesday April 28.
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Ballymena United's Kofi Balmer set for summer move to Danske Bank Premiership rivals

Belfast Telegraph 19 Apr 2021
Ballymena United defender Kofi Balmer is set for a move this summer as it is understood he has signed a pre-contract agreement with another Danske Bank Premiership club. The 20-year-old has been out since early February with injury but is set to join Larne this summer ... He has captained Northern Ireland at both Under 19 and Under 21 level ... .
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Northern Irish clubs to retain European spots as £10m All-Ireland League to adopt split-season format

Belfast Telegraph 18 Apr 2021
Danske Bank Premiership clubs will be able to keep their four European slots and be permitted to play in a cross-border competition worth £10m per year under current models being discussed, Sunday Life Sport can reveal ... in Europe, currently four for Danske Bank Premiership clubs.
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Money will dictate an All-Ireland league: McKendry

Belfast Telegraph 15 Apr 2021
Danske Bank Premiership clubs have expressed concerns over the loss of European places but it's possible the financial rewards for taking part in the league could surpass the European money for participating clubs ... "Any all-Ireland League has to be financially viable for clubs in the north," said Bannsiders chief McKendry.
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'Never say never': Coleraine chief not ruling out full-time All-Ireland League but fears clubs could get left behind

Belfast Telegraph 15 Apr 2021
Danske Bank Premiership clubs have expressed concerns over the loss of European places but it's possible the financial rewards for taking part in the league could surpass the European money for participating clubs ... "Any All-Ireland League has to be financially viable for clubs in the north," said Bannsiders chief McKendry.
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While we have sport in Northern Ireland, we will always have hope for a brighter future

Belfast Telegraph 13 Apr 2021
The Danske Bank Premiership has been awash with news of players either signing new deals with their clubs or looking elsewhere for a fresh challenge and security as the season enters its final stretch. Behind the scenes, most clubs will be busy setting out their aims, goals and ...
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I'm desperate for star trio to stay at Linfield but keeping focus on league push comes first: Healy

Belfast Telegraph 10 Apr 2021
Linfield manager David Healy has outlined his hope that multiple title winners Jimmy Callacher, Andy Waterworth and Mark Haughey stay at Windsor Park but revealed that the chief focus at the club right now is retaining the Danske Bank Premiership crown ... "The players, club and ...
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Baxter won't over-analyse Crues' slide down the table

Belfast Telegraph 30 Mar 2021
Crusaders manager Stephen Baxter doesn't intend to push the panic button even though his team have slipped into the bottom six in the Danske Bank Premiership table. The north Belfast club has dined at the top table in European football for the past decade, but if the ...
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Stephen Baxter won't over-analyse Crusaders' slide down the table as he bids to end losing streak

Belfast Telegraph 30 Mar 2021
Crusaders manager Stephen Baxter doesn't intend to push the panic button even though his team have slipped into the bottom six in the Danske Bank Premiership table. The north Belfast club has dined at the top table in European football for the past decade, but if the ...
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I would love to face my old club Glentoran but Dundela still undecided on Irish Cup participation: Nixon

Belfast Telegraph 18 Mar 2021
The Irish FA have stated that clubs from outside the Danske Bank Premiership who are taking part in the Irish Cup will be able to recommence full training from March 31 ... "There's different views at the club and I'm expecting further discussion at a committee meeting on Monday," said Nixon.
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