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IRISH LEAGUE: Institute boss Deery felt luck was against his side

Institute manager Kevin Deery felt his side deserved a share of the spoils against Warrenpoint Town, on Saturday.

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Derry City's Aaron McEneff. Picture by Seb Daly/Sportsfile

DERRY CITY: McEneff happy with opening day win

Midfielder Aaron McEneff agreed with boss Kenny Shiels’ assessment of their opening day win over Bohemians.

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Institute manager Kevin Deery.

IRISH LEAGUE: Town continue Championship march

Institute 0-1 Warrenpoint Town

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Derry midfield playmaker, Barry McNamee, netted eight goals during last seasons campaign.

DERRY CITY: Barry McNamee seeking improvement

Derry City’s Barry McNamee wants to improve on last season’s form and is aiming to win a medal during the 2017 campaign.

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Derry City's Conor McDermott is aiming to keep his standards high.

DERRY CITY: Conor McDermott ready for 2017 challenges

The expectation levels on Conor McDermott this campaign is going to go up a few levels, but the laid back man isn’t worried.

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Rory Patterson. (Picture: Oliver McVeigh / SPORTSFILE)

DERRY CITY: Rory Patterson ready to upset odds again

RORY PATTERSON reckons Derry City are more than capable of knocking the league’s big spenders off their perch and prove last season’s third placed finish was no fluke!

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Paddy McCourt is welcomed to Finn Harps by secretary John Campbell.

FOOTBALL: Horgan delighted with McCourt signing

Finn Harps manager Ollie Horgan is delighted to have signed Paddy McCourt

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Ciaron Harkin (centre) has settled into life at Coleraine very nicely. Picture by Peter Morrison/PressEye

IRISH LEAGUE: Ciaron Harkin already a Bannsiders favourite

Coleraine boss Oran Kearney believes former Institute midfielder Ciaron Harkin, has a big future ahead of him.

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Former Derry City F.C. player, Paddy McCourt (left), pictured after he signed for Finn Harps. Included is club secretary John Campbell. (Photo: Finn Harps)

Paddy McCourt signs for Finn Harps

Former Derry City F.C. player Paddy McCourt has signed for Finn Harps.

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Derry City manager Kenny Shiels has completed the signing of Israeli defender, Alon Netzer.

DERRY CITY: Israeli defender joins ‘Candy Stripes’

KENNY Shiels has made a timely acquisition to his Derry City squad ahead of the 2017 Airtricity Premier Division opener against Bohemians after completing the signing of Israeli defender, Alon Netzer tonight.

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Aaron Barry and Ryan McBride both started last nights friendly against Dergview.

DERRY CITY: Aaron Barry return timely boost

Derry City received a timely boost ahead of the 2017 season with centre-back Aaron Barry getting minutes under his belt in last night’s friendly against Dergview.

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Derry City's Mark Timlin. DER4816GS027

DERRY CITY: Timlin glad to be ‘back home’

Derry City’s Mark Timlin admits he has had somewhat of a frustrating time since returning from St Patrick’s Athletic.

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Derry City striker Ronan Curtis headed home their winner against Coleraine.

FOOTBALL: Curtis’ goal sees off Bannsiders

Derry City 1-0 Coleraine

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Institute manager Kevin Deery. Picture by Tony Hendron

IRISH LEAGUE: Deery happy to finally see off rivals Dergview

Institute manager Kevin Deery felt his side fully deserved to beat Dergview on Saturday.

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Ronan Curtis will remain a Candystripe until 2018.

DERRY CITY: Curtis signs contract extension

Striker Ronan Curtis has signed a new contract extension with Derry City.

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Institute's Niall Grace fired home their winner against Dergview.

IRISH LEAGUE: Niall is Stute’s saving ‘Grace’

Institute 2-1 Dergview

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McCourt in action for his last club Glenavon. 
Photo by TONY HENDRON/Presseye.com.

McCourt nearing a return to football?

Former Derry City star Paddy McCourt is reportedly close to a return to football.

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VIDEO: Signing for Derry City was a ‘no brainer’ - says Charlton striker

LIFE-LONG Derry City supporter, Mikhail Kennedy insists the lure of playing for his hometown club and the opportunity to help the ‘Candy Stripes’ challenge for the Airtricity Premier Division title was too good to turn down.

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Derry man, Shane Ferguson has penned a new deal with Millwall which keeps him at the Den until, at least, the summer of 2019.

Shane Ferguson signs new Millwall deal

SHANE Ferguson has committed his future to League One club, Millwall after signing a new deal which keeps him at the Den until at least 2019.

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