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Kane signs contract extension

Tue, 30/09/2014 - 19:14

Marcus Kane has signed a 3-year contract extension with Glentoran.

Manager, Eddie Patterson said, "We are delighted that Marcus, a pivotal member of the squad, has committed his long term future to the club. I'm sure that if we had let his contract enter the final 6 months then many clubs in our league would have been keen to officially talk to him. That is no longer an issue and Marcus can now focus solely on his game."

200 Club Draw

Mon, 29/09/2014 - 13:17
We have had a great start to the Friends of Glentoran 200 Club and we would like to thank all of you who have joined up so far. The first draw took place on the pitch on Saturday during half time and the following people where picked out of the box by Glentoran legend, Billy McKeag. Congratulations go to Eddy Patrick and the other 5 winners selected by Billy. 

200 Club Draw

Sat, 27/09/2014 - 00:33

Process for the first 200 Club Draw

At Saturday's game v Dungannon Swifts at the Oval, we will hold the first draw of the Friends of Glentoran 200 Club. The draw will take place at half-time on the pitch and the winners will be selected in reverse order

So, the first ball out of the box will be 6th place, then 5th, and so on until we select the last ball and this will be our winner of September's draw.

Bar information for Saturday

Sat, 27/09/2014 - 00:28

We welcome the players, officials and fans of Dungannon Swifts to East Belfast on Saturday for their first trip to the Oval this season.

The Premier Lounge will open at 12:30pm and we have a great start with live coverage of the Merseyside derby as Liverpool face Everton. We will then have exclusive live coverage as Glentoran face the Swifts from 3pm and we finish the day with another derby, this time the North London derby as Arsenal face Tottenham.

Dungannon vist Oval this Weekend

Fri, 26/09/2014 - 19:08

Victories are proving hard to come by in the Danske Bank Premiership for Glentoran this season but performances haven't quite been as poor. The team have played well and with a little more luck in front of goal and composure in the latter stages of games Glentoran could be sitting far better in the current table. As it lies, Glentoran are in 8th position on just 11 points from 9 games having drawn four of our last six games. Despite that we are only 6 points off the top, 3 behind champions Cliftonville and 2 behind biggest rivals Linfield.

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