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David Jeffrey admits he ‘didn’t sleep a wink’ last weekend amid ‘toughest time’ of managerial career in Ballymena United slump

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David Jeffrey points the way for Ballymena United

David Jeffrey points the way for Ballymena United

Crusaders' Jarlath O'Rourke (left) is congratulated on his winning goal against Crusaders by Johnny McMurray

Crusaders' Jarlath O'Rourke (left) is congratulated on his winning goal against Crusaders by Johnny McMurray

Josh Robinson in action for Crusaders against Ballymena United

Josh Robinson in action for Crusaders against Ballymena United

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David Jeffrey points the way for Ballymena United

Ballymena United’s recent form has caused manager David Jeffrey sleepless nights and given him cause to consider his position.

But the experienced boss insists he was heartened by the Sky Blues’ performance in defeat to Crusaders at The Showgrounds yesterday and declares he will battle on.

Crues left back Jarlath O’Rourke nodded home the only goal of the game from a 13th minute Jordan Forsythe chip and the visitors wasted several great chances before Ballymena finally roused from their slumber.


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