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Work and prep now starts as the focus turns to next Saturday and the visit to Seaview of Portadown 3pm. Team Line Up Crusaders are at home this week in the Danske Bank Premiership and Glentoran are the visitors for this top clash.
Crusaders will want a reaction to last weeks defeat to Glenavon at Mourneview Park while Glentoran will be looking to keep the Premiership climb going after a poor start to the season.
Crusaders where by their own admission below par last week and will be bursting to show their real quality this time. Sean O'Neill was a late call off against Glenavon with Gerard Doherty stepping in with only minutes to kick off so we wait to see who starts in goals.
Paul Heatley got back to the bench last week after being out with an injury and may be in line for a recall today. The midfield was changed last week with fresh legs getting a start so Stephen Baxter has a headache as to will get the nod this time round having watched several players getting game time.
Stephen Baxter will demand three points to stay in touch at the top as we head to the busy Christmas period and also to try and build momentum for a title challenge.
Glentoran after a poor start to the season are beginning to show signs of a squad that will justify the large wage bill and squad they have put together.
Defeat at Seaview in the Shield Final on Wednesday will have no bearing on todays game as Mick McDermott fielded nearly a totally different side to the previous game.
Mick McDermott will have his team up for this game as they gather a head of steam in the Premiership and they will certainly want to get up the table as fast as they can.
So another big game at Seaview and unfortunately due to restrictions supporters will not be in attendance. You will then be able to view the game.
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This game will be free to season ticket holders as voted on at the AGM. This price was agreed by full members present at the AGM.
Get behind the lads once again from home. They know you want to be at Seaview but know you are vwith them in spirit.
C'mon the Crues. Keep The Faith. We play Glentoran on Saturday at Seaview and once again due to restrictions supporters will not be able to attend.
On the plus side though you can follow the game via a live stream that will be available to everyone thanks to Ian at CruesTV and Aidrain at Make sure you are tuned in at 3pm on Saturday to once again support the lads from a distance, C'mon the Crues.
December Programme Available for Pre Order. The December Edition of the Crusaders Matchday Programme is now available to pre order ahead of a busy month at Seaview.
Another packed issue includes a feature on former player Stuart Dallas, Barry McDevitte looks at the European fortunes of our former opponents B36 Torshavn, Joe Thompson recalls another famous victory and there is an archive look at the time Crusaders tried to sign Pat Jennings!
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Glenavon laid siege to Crusaders goal but Gerard Doherty and his defence stood strong for the rest of the half. Glenavon came out the second half all guns blazing and equalised on the 49th with a back post Jack O'Mahony header.
Crusaders will look to build on last weeks solid win against Dungannon Swifts while Glenavon will be out to prove a point after losing to Linfield in controversial circumstances.
Crusaders have had another good week at training and preparations are complete to take on Glenavon. Sean O'Neill cemented his number one position with a good performance against the Swifts including a penalty save and the back four also provided great cover and should remain unchanged.
Stephen shuffled the midfield last week and it worked but Paul Heatley could return to the squad for selection after injury and the bench could be his starting point as he is eased back in.
We will not face Matthew Snoddy as he cannot play against Crusaders under his loan deal agreement. Glenavon will want to bounce back after feeling aggrieved last week and they will be sent out to get the three points.
So all set for another tough tackling contest between the two sides. C'mon the Crues and Keep The Faith.
We know you cannot follow Crusaders to Mourneview Park on Saturday but you can still watch the game live as it will be streamed. Discount applies automatically and deal ends at midnight on Cyber Monday 30th November It was a good day at Seaview today when they defeated Dungannon Swifts in the Danske Bank Premiership with a commanding performance that will please manager Stephen Baxter.
It was a game that saw three penalties given and Crusaders scored their two while Dungannon missed the one they where given. The game started with both sides looking to get an nearly breakthrough and Dungannon Swifts got that chance when referee Andy Davey pointed to the spot after Rodney Brown tripped a Swifts forward just inside the box.
Dougie Wilson stepped up to take the spot kick but Sean O'Neill guessed correctly and made a good save down to his left and the score remained Crusaders got it together after that early let off and went close on 13 minutes after Sam Johnston dropped a corner but the first two attempts on goal where blocked before Jamie McGonigle shot across goal and the ball was cleared.
Crusaders did not have to wait long before did score. Dungannon Swifts where awarded a free kick 30 yards out after a foul by Aidan Wilson and up stepped Dougie Wilson who lifted the ball over the wall and into the net leaving Sean 'O'Neill no chance and it was level at Crusaders went close from the restart but the Swifts goal remained intact.
Crusaders where in control but corners came and went plus Rory Hale did well getting to the libne but his cross was cut out with 35 minutes gone.
Chris Hegarty cleared a Swifts attack as they looked threatening and when Swifts got another free kick from exactly the same spot as earlier Dougie Wilson put his kick over the bar with four minutes left on the clock.
Crusaders got a penalty within two minutes of the restart when a Swifts players hand touched the ball and Bem Kennedy cooly stepped up to put his spot kick away and Crusaders where in the lead.
Crusaders started to knock the ball about and Adam Lecky was unlucky not to score after he got on the end ofan Adam Lecky knockdown and Rory Hales cross went by everyone.
On this occasion an attempted cross came off a Swifts defenders hand and the visitors where shocked it was given. Todd was replaced with Billy Johnston in early , and he set about restructuring the squad.
Under Johnston unprecedented success was to follow, with the Irish League championship trophy finding a home at Seaview in —73 , with the attacking duo of Tommy Finney and Jackie Fullerton scoring 47 goals between them.
The club also set a record of going through the whole league campaign unbeaten at home, a feat which was repeated 40 years later in the —13 season.
This led to the club's first ever participation in the European Cup , in which they faced Dinamo Bucharest and had the misfortune of setting the record for a defeat in that competition, losing 0—11 in the away leg on 3 October In the —76 season the Crues won the league for the second time, largely aided by the goalscoring of Ronnie McAteer who scored 20 league goals in 22 games.
Sandwiched in between these successes was a County Antrim Shield and Carlsberg Cup success in — The second championship triumph resulted in the never-to-be-forgotten European Cup-tie with Liverpool which saw the brave Cruemen fall to the might of Kevin Keegan and John Toshack among others at Anfield by just 0—2 through a Phil Neal penalty and a Toshack strike.
The home leg which followed was played before a crowd hanging from the rafters that would undoubtedly give the current health and safety legislators a heart attack.
However the s also saw The Troubles begin to affect Irish League football, with two incidents in particular affecting the football club. On 21 August there were more than 1, police officers on duty for a match between Crusaders and Cliftonville, more than has ever been recorded at a football match in the United Kingdom.
Johnston had left the club in , and after a two-year spell of management by ex-player Norman Pavis, Ian Russell took charge of the club in While there was great promise shown initially during Russell's spell, with the club reaching both the County Antrim Shield and Irish Cup final in , they did not build on this and Russell left in Although performances on the pitch in the s were steady, they certainly were not spectacular and the club paid the penalty for not building on earlier successes.
Tommy Jackson took over in , and led the Crues to their sole cup triumph during the decade, with the club winning the Gold Cup for the first time in the —86 season.
Jackson left in and new manager Jackie Hutton had no money with which to buy players but he did the club a great service when he somehow completed the deal which brought Roy Walker , initially as a player, to Seaview in Hutton was quick to recognise the leadership qualities in Walker and saw him as his potential successor.
Walker took over as player-manager in September , two years after his arrival as a player. One of his first tasks was to apply for re-election as the Crues finished 13th out of 14 clubs.
Notable players to begin their association with the club during this era were the likes of Sid Burrows , Glenn Hunter and Kirk Hunter.
At the same time, local businessman Harry Corry , pumped some desperately needed sponsorship money into the club. As the revival began, southern businessman Tony O'Connell also became involved.
There were two further championship titles won and whilst Crusaders also finished runners-up in losing the title on goal difference and In turn, this meant more expeditions into Europe as the Crues took on teams from Switzerland , Denmark , Lithuania and Georgia within a five-year span.
The team of the s is regarded as one of the best in the history of the club, with a large part of the success revolving around the core of Kevin McKeown , Glenn Dunlop , Martin Murray , Sid Burrows , and the attacking duo of Glenn Hunter who would go on to set a club goalscoring record of goals and Stephen Baxter.
The team was affectionately known as the "God Squad", due to the large number of Christians in the playing squad and staff. Roy Walker suddenly resigned as manager in May , just prior to the club's centenary dinner celebrations at Belfast City Hall.
He was the longest-serving manager in the club's history until surpassed by Stephen Baxter in October Subsequently, a lack of funds saw the Seaview fortunes decline as the decade came to a close, with Dublin-based player-managers Aaron Callaghan and Martin Murray both resigning after one year apiece in charge.
Callaghan managed to lead the club to third place in his sole season in charge, but it would be many years before the Crues would challenge at such a high level again.
Former player Gary McCartney took over the managerial reins in July The team narrowly retained Premier Division status after a nail-biting play-off success over Lisburn Distillery thanks to a hat-trick from veteran Stephen Baxter in May but McCartney resigned just over twelve months later because of the limited budget at his disposal.
Popular veteran defender Alan Dornan was appointed as McCartney's successor at the end of June and the side retained Premier Division status that season under his guidance, although the squad was very inexperienced and often included six or seven teenagers.
The emphasis on youth continued in —04 as the Crues achieved a mid-table finish, an improvement compared to preceding seasons.
Dornan's next season in charge was not as successful. Adam Lecky. Jordan Owens. Gerard Doherty G. Sean O'Neill S. Neil Shields N.
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