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Tomorrow's Gazette

Fri, 22/03/2024 - 15:03

Beth Stafford’s graphic of interim boss Declan Devine fronts Saturday’s 40 page Glentoran Gazette in which 1923 Committee chairman, Jimmy Carter, tells how he started the ball rolling to bring supporters’ groups together while we also document the events since our last home game. Declan, meanwhile, says it is an honour to manage the Glens, promises to work tirelessly in his time here and recalls his time as a player at the Oval.

Sunday season opener for Glens Women

Thu, 21/03/2024 - 00:27

Treble winners Glentoran Women begin the 2024 season this Sunday (24th March) with a home tie with Athlone Town in the first game in this season’s All Island Cup.

The close season has been a busy one for many of our players at international level in the various Northern Ireland age groups but the coaching team have also been busy on the recruitment front.

Ticket Reminder: Irish Cup Semi Final

Wed, 20/03/2024 - 20:22

A reminder that  tickets for the Clearer Water Irish Cup Semi Final v Linfield on Friday 29 March at the Bet McLean Oval are now on open sale.

Tickets are available here at the IFA website

The IFA has set ticket prices at £13 for adults and £9 for concession.

Tickets will not show in your account automatically but will become available for activation closer to the matchday.

Dungannon Swifts 0-3 Glentoran

Sat, 16/03/2024 - 20:34

A much better performance today at Stangmore Park in front of incoming manager Declan Devine. John Gregg WAS in charge to day and made 4 changes to the starting lineup from last week’s defeat to Loiughgall . One was enforced – the suspension of David Fisher – while Johnny Russell, Seanan Clucas and Daire O’Connor were rested. This meant Aidan Wilson returned at right back, Shay McCartan up front, and Aaron Wightman and Niall McGinn on the wings.

Warren Feeney leaves Glentoran

Fri, 15/03/2024 - 15:15

Glentoran Football Club and first team manager Warren Feeney have parted company by mutual consent. The Glentoran board thanks Warren for his work since his appointment last summer. Warren guided the team to their first final in three years and an Irish Cup semi-final, to be played later this month. Warren also played an important role in enhancing the club’s Academy during this time. We wish Warren every success for the future.

Glentoran Football Club has immediately started the process of identifying and appointing our next manager.