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Paddy McLaughlin looks set to be confirmed as the new boss at Institute.  Mandatory Credit Photo Lorcan Doherty /

Paddy set for ‘Stute job

Paddy McLaughlin looks set to be confirmed at Institute’s new manager within the next 24 hours.

Former Sunderland and Manchester United manager, David Moyes.

David Moyes quits as Sunderland boss

David Moyes has resigned as Sunderland manager following the club's relegation from the English Premier League.

Oran Kearney with Stephen O'Donnell.

IRISH LEAGUE: O’Donnell relishing new challenge

Coleraine’s new signing, Stephen O’Donnell, is hoping to have as big an impact at The Showgrounds as Institute former team-mate Ciaron Harkin.

Derry Citys Barry McNamee has scored all six goals this season at Ferris Lane End, at Maginn Park.

DERRY CITY: McNamee loving Ferris Lane End at Maginn Park

Derry City’s Barry McNamee laughed at the suggestion to rename one end at their adopted Buncrana home in his honour!

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Derry City's Aaron McEneff celebrates his first goal against Shamrock Rovers. Picture by Lorcan Doherty/

DERRY CITY: Midfielder dedicates brace to late uncle

For the first time in a number of weeks, Derry City looked like a side that had rediscovered their ‘mojo’ in Friday’s impressive victory over Shamrock Rovers.

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IRISH LEAGUE: Kevin Deery leaves Institute

IRISH LEAGUE: Kevin Deery leaves Institute

Institute start the search for a new manager after Kevin Deery decided to step down.
Coleraine manager Oran Kearney pictured with new signing Stephen O'Donnell.

IRISH LEAGUE: Bannsiders sign Institute captain

Oran Kearney has strengthened his defensive options with the capture of Stephen O'Donnell and Aaron Traynor.

Derry City midfielder Aaron McEneff celebrates his first goal against Shamrock Rovers.

DERRY CITY: McEneff inspires City win

Derry City 3-1 Shamrock Rovers
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Derry City's Rory Holden

DERRY CITY: Trio called into NI U21 training squad

Derry City players - Conor McDermott, Rory Holden and Mikhail Kennedy - have all been called up to join a Northern Ireland U21 training squad.

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Derry City manager Kenny Shiels

DERRY CITY: Irish League players are too expensive - Shiels

Derry City manager Kenny Shiels believes the days of signing experienced players from the Irish League are numbered.

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DERRY CITY: City Cubs grill McEneff

Derry City's next generation of fans the 'City Cubs' sat down this week with their favourite players.
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WATCH: Ireland star Coleman makes miracle boy Daire's dream come true with Everton trip

Ireland and Everton defender Seamus Coleman has spoken of his happiness at seeing a young Belfast boy, born with Apert Syndrome, fulfill his dream of walking out at Goodison Park.

Institute manager Kevin Deery.

IRISH LEAGUE: Derry City rumour annoying Deery

Institute manager Kevin Deery is shocked at speculation linking him with a move to join Kenny Shiels’ back room team at Derry City.

Institute manager Kevin Deery was bitterly disappointed following his side's loss at Carrick Rangers on Friday night.

IRISH LEAGUE: Deery considering Institute future

Institute manager Kevin Deery admits he’s considering his position with the club.

DERRY CITY: Late leveller denies Shiels' side victory

DERRY CITY: Late leveller denies Shiels' side victory

Limerick 1-1 Derry City
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Carrick's Steven McCullough pictured after scoring

IRISH LEAGUE: Carrick stay up after beating Institute

Carrick Rangers maintained their Premiership status after seeing off a battling Institute side.

Institute manager Kevin Derry gets his point across to Michael McCrudden during the first leg play-off against Carrick Rangers at the Riverside.

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IRISH LEAGUE: ‘Stute without Curry but plenty of spice expected in play-off shootout

Institute manager Kevin Deery believes the last minute heartbreak suffered by his side in last season’s promotion play-off in Ballinamallard will help spur the Drumahoe men to victory in tonight’s winner takes all second leg tie against Carrick Rangers.

Barry McNamee, who scored the equaliser in the 1-1 draw with Limerick last month at Maginn Park, is Citys top scorer with five goals.

DERRY CITY: City seeking route to goal in Limerick

KENNY Shiels has called for a greater ruthlessness in front of goal from his misfiring Derry City side ahead of what he has billed as ‘one of the best football games in the league’.

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Armagh's Eoin Toal who is set to join Derry City in the summer.

Picture: Philip Magowan / PressEye

DERRY CITY: Toal can’t wait to get G-Eoin

NORTHERN Ireland U18 Schoolboys’ defender, Eoin Toal insists he’s been keeping tabs on Derry City since Christmas and is ‘excited’ about finally making his move to full-time football on Foyleside.

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