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To lift the Irish Cup again would be a massive honour, insists Glentoran skipper Marcus Kane

 

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Glentoran captain Marcus Kane

Glentoran captain Marcus Kane

Glentoran captain Marcus Kane

"I've been dreaming about lifting the Irish Cup since I started playing football!" declares Glentoran skipper Marcus Kane as he prepares to do battle with Cliftonville tomorrow night.

The two Belfast teams face each other in a Sadler's Peaky Blinder Irish Cup Semi-Final at Windsor Park, where the winners will return on Friday to tackle either Ballymena United or Coleraine in the decider.

Kane has a strong pedigree in the blue riband competition having been on the fringes of Linfield's Cup-winning team three times before making the switch across the city eight years ago.