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Another managerial casualty in Derry

Gary Coleman enjoys a moment with Dermot Heaney and Benny Tierney at his father Eamonn's memorial match

'Derry Now' has reported that former All-Ireland medallist Gary Coleman has walked away from his management post with Glenullin.

The online newspaper has claimed that Coleman and Glenullin "parted company by mutual consent".

In the absence of county senior and minor personnel, Eoin Bradley, Eoin McNicholl and Neil McNicholl, 'the Glen' have made a poor start to the season.

Coleman’s side suffered seven defeats in his nine league games in charge.

They currently lie third bottom in the table, ahead of Foreglen and Swatragh by a single point.

Coleman is the second manager in Derry's top division who has failed to make it to the Championship season. Seamus Doyle stepped down in Magherafelt last month. Coleman has managed Magherafelt for the previous three season.

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