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Fay offered Distillery position

Harry Fay
Harry Fay was team coach at New Grosvenor before Brown's exit

Former Dungannon Swifts boss Harry Fay has been offered the chance to take over as Lisburn Distillery manager.

Fay had been coach at New Grosvenor under Jimmy Brown who resigned after the club's poor start to the Carling Premiership campaign.

"I have not accepted the post yet. There are quite a few things to be ironed out and I am meeting the chairman on Thursday night," said Fay.

Tony Gorman, who was Brown's assistant, would be number two if Fay accepts.

Distillery, who have taken just one point from a possible 27 this season, are at home to Premiership leaders Crusaders on Saturday.

Fay had originally been offered the Whites hot seat when Paul Kirk was surprisingly sacked in May.

He turned it down but then agreed to be Brown's first team coach.



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see also
Coleraine 0-0 Glentoran
19 Sep 09 |  Irish
Brown in Lisburn Distillery exit
18 Sep 09 |  Irish
Institute 1-0 Crusaders
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