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12 Sep 2021
© Dundela FC
Championship side Dundela have announced the departure of manager Colin Nixon following a poor start to the season.
The east Belfast side currently sit bottom of the Lough 41 Championship with just one point from their opening seven games, and most recently suffered a 2-0 defeat away to Ards yesterday.
The club announced the news via social media, stating: "Dundela Football Club have parted company with Colin Nixon following a poor start to the new season. Dundela wish to express their thanks to Colin for all his efforts whilst at the club."
Nixon, an Irish League legend with almost 800 appearances for Glentoran, was appointed to the Wilgar Park hotseat in July 2020 but due to the pandemic was restricted to just two competitive games in October before the return to league action last month.