Portadown FC are a semi-professional football club in Northern Ireland who play their home matches at Shamrock Park in Portadown, County Armagh. They are a member of the Northern Ireland Football League and compete in the Danske Bank Premiership. Read the latest news and articles on Portadown from the Belfast Telegraph.
Portadown director Peter Hunniford has revealed that it was “a very difficult decision” for the club to part company with manager Matthew Tipton, pointing out that the board at Shamrock Park will move quickly to appoint a successor.
Matthew Tipton will be the first to admit that football is a results business. He said as much in a number of post-match conversations we had, but despite only two league wins this season — both away to Warrenpoint Town — before Saturday’s 3-1 defeat at Dungannon Swifts there had been no indication of restlessness.
Oran Kearney warned his Coleraine players that they have two months to earn their places in the team for the League Cup Final against Cliftonville after a flat performance he branded “not good enough”.
Newry City’s chief aim this season is to win promotion to the Premiership. If they achieve that it will be the highlight of the campaign but victory over neighbours Warrenpoint Town in the Irish Cup at a packed Milltown won’t be too far behind.
Newry City’s excellent season continues as they were the only side to upset a Danske Bank Premiership team in the first round of the Irish Cup, triumphing 2-1 over rivals Warrenpoint Town in the ‘Mourne Ultimatum’.
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