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'The dream is achievable': Colin Nixon determined to help Dundela realise Premiership ambitions at Wilgar Park

 

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Colin Nixon signs his contract at Wilgar Park after taking over as manager of Dundela.

Colin Nixon signs his contract at Wilgar Park after taking over as manager of Dundela.

Dundela manager Colin Nixon gets used to his new surroundings at Wilgar Park.

Dundela manager Colin Nixon gets used to his new surroundings at Wilgar Park.

Dundela's Wilgar Park home.

Dundela's Wilgar Park home.

Colin Nixon signs his contract at Wilgar Park after taking over as manager of Dundela.

Irish League legend Colin Nixon has revealed he aims to take Dundela into the Danske Bank Premiership after becoming the new manager at Wilgar Park.

The ex-Glentoran hero is overjoyed to be back in the dug-out and says the Dundela job “ticked all the boxes” for him to make a return after being axed by Ards in February last year.

The east Belfast outfit, who finished sixth in this season’s Championship which was truncated by the coronavirus pandemic, have ambitious plans which resonate with 41-year-old Nixon.