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'I'm not knocking my pan in at 36 to lose': Sean Ward insists he can add to trophy haul at Glenavon

 

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Sean Ward has won three Irish Cups and three league titles but he isn't content to leave his trophy-chasing days in the past after joining Glenavon.

Sean Ward has won three Irish Cups and three league titles but he isn't content to leave his trophy-chasing days in the past after joining Glenavon.

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New start: Sean Ward has left Crusaders for Glenavon

New start: Sean Ward has left Crusaders for Glenavon

Sean Ward savouring Gibson Cup success at Glentoran

Sean Ward savouring Gibson Cup success at Glentoran

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Sean Ward savouring Gibson Cup success at Linfield

Sean Ward savouring Gibson Cup success at Linfield

Sean Ward has won three Irish Cups and three league titles but he isn't content to leave his trophy-chasing days in the past after joining Glenavon.

It appears that there's an emerging structure in the Irish League with the comparatively money-rich clubs embarking on a move to full-time football and the rest left languishing. The haves and the have-nots.

But as he steps across that divide, try telling Sean Ward that it's a chasm impossible to bridge.

The experienced defender this week finalised a move from Crusaders to Glenavon.