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Last Updated: Sunday, 31 December 2006, 19:21 GMT
Gorman joins Fenlon backroom team
Pat Fenlon
Pat Fenlon is currently checking out players on the continent
Derry City manager Pat Fenlon has appointed Tony Gorman as his assistant.

Former Finn Harps manager and Linfield and Coleraine player Gorman will form part of a backroom team which will also include John Glynn and Dave Henderson.

Former Galway and St Pat's player Glynn will be the club's fitness coach while Henderson, who worked with Fenlon at Shels, gets the chief scout's role.

Fenlon has also revealed that he is currently abroad looking at possible additions to the Derry squad.

"Some players have been recommended and over the next few days I'm away to have a look at them," Fenlon told BBC Sport.

"If they're up to standard we'll probably bring them back for pre-season before we sign anything but we're also trying to sign players in Ireland.

He added:"I'm more than happy with the squad we've got but we've got to add three or four players to it maximum."

Fenlon still has to appoint a goalkeeping coach to replace Declan Devine.

Since Fenlon's arrival at the club, Stephen Kenny's previous backroom staff Devine, Paul Hegarty and Colm O'Neill have left the club.

Players Clive Delaney, Stephen O'Flynn, Mark McChrystal and Shaun Holmes also left the club after not having their contracts renewed.



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