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Declan Caddell , who had only been on the pitch 3 minutes ran on to a beautiful through ball and he calmly slotted the ball past Glendinning.
United where struggling as the game came closer to the whistle but Crusaders still had a chance to score from a free kick but Glendinning saved while Jordan Owens nearly completed his hat trick but could not get the ball out of feet.
With no further action the ref blew the whistle and Crusaders headed home 3 points heavier. Although beaten last week Stephen Baxter was still pleased with the performance of his side and we may see little change in the starting XI for this game.
Billy Joe Burns still sits on the sidelines as he finishes his three match suspension so Jordan Forsythe should continue to deputise at the back.
Another commanding performance by Chris Hegarty at centre half should see him play again while Aidan Wilson could return as his playing partner should he be passed fit.
Midfield could be rotated as players continue to get up to playing fitness and we may see Rory Hale and Declan Caddell start after being on the bench last week with possibly Ben Kennedy resting after suffering a slight knock against Linfield..
Adam Lecky and Jordan Owens also started from the bench last week but a change of tactics could see either or both start. Stephen will stress how important a win is already at this early stage as he will want Crusaders to stay within touching distance of Linfield and Larne who stay unbeaten so far after three games.
We always know what to expect from a David Jeffrey side and Saturday will be no different. Help is also available at support ballymenaunitedfc.
The game started with Linfield pushing hard as expected and both Sean 'Oneill and Chris Hegarty where up too the challenge and kept them at bay. Linfelds Andy Waterworth had a good chance after 6 minutes but his header went over from a good position.
Crusaders first real chance came on 10 minutes when Paul Heatley got himself into the box but his curling shot fell easily to Chris Johns.
Sean O'Neill made two quick saves in succession as he reacted to through balls and Jimmy Callacher headed wide from a Linfield free kick.
Crusaders came into the game and Paul Heatley and Jamie McGonigle both had shots that where deflected wide just after the 20 minute mark.
On the half hour Philip Lowry couldn't keep his shot down as Crusaders started to take control but Linfield pegged them back as both sides exchanged chances.
The game took a twist on 40 minutes when Linfield where awarded a penalty. Michael Ruddy found himself on the wrong side of a Conor Ppepper run into the box and as he tried to make up ground was judged to have fouled him and ref Ian McNabb pointed to the spot.
Andy Waterworth duely stepped up and cheekily chipped the spot kick home and the home side led Linfield pushed on and tried for a second goal but a header just before half time went wide of Sean 'Oneills goal and it was at the break.
The second half was a quiet affair for the first 10 minutes as both sides where cagey. Linfield started to get a grip but they could not penetrate a well organised Crusaders defence.
Just before the hour Jordan Owens was introduced to the game for Crusaders and he made his usual presence felt immediately. Keeper Chris Johns made a good save from Jamie McGonigle as he got in behind the Linfield defence on 68 minutes and Jimmy Callacher made several important headed clearances as Crusaders laid seige to the Linfield half.
With 10 minutes left on the clock David Cushley came on and he nearly made an impact within two minutes when he hit a thunderbolt shot after a free kick was tapped to him but Chris Johns tipped it over the bar for a corner.
Jimmy Callacher again was on hand to clear for Linfield as Crusaders kept looking for an equaliser but they where caught by a sucker punch when Nial Quinn got in front of Rodney Brown and headed home a Kirk Millar cross on 84 minutes to make it Linfield.
Crusaders though came right back at Linfield and another David Cushley long range shot was blocked before Crusaders finally got a goal back on 87 minutes.
A wonderful ball crossed in by Jordan Forsythe was met perfectly by Adam Lecky and the new signing scored his first Premiership goal with his head from a fe yards out leaving the game still poised with minutes left.
Linfield managed to recover a their defence held out for the four minutes of added time and where relieved to here the whistle with the game ending to Linfield.
A great effort by Crusaders and very unfortunate not to get anything from the game. They now dust themselves down and prepare for the next game which is away to Ballymena United at Ballymena Showgrounds next Saturday 7th November 3pm kick off.
Both sides are unbeaten after two games in the new Danske Bank Premiership season and as has been the case so many times before we are in for a cracking game between the two sides.
The performance of everyone last time out was superb and it leaves a selection headache for the management team as too who will start.
Ben Kennedy will be eager to start after making a cameo appearance last week on his return from injury while Adam Lecky will be ready for action if called on should Jordan Owens be rested.
The back four could stay the same after a great game last Friday night but the midfield could have a reshuffle as fresh legs may be needed against a strong Linfield team.
Crusaders will know the epic battles between the two when they meet and this will be no different. Linfield have scored eight goals in their opening league games but they will also know it will be a different story against Crusaders.
David Healy will have be working hard on a plan to win and will look to a host of players that will need to be on top of their game. Goalkeeper Chris Johns has began life with Linfield in great fashion and will be hard to beat while Navid Nasseri and Conor Pepper are showing signs as to why Linfield snatched them from Glentoran.
Up front Crusaders will need to watch Andy Waterworth and Jordan Stewart who have both started well this season with Waterworth already claiming a hat trick.
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Let's get behind Stephen and the team from the start. It was a happy Seaview this evening as Crusaders won the first North Belfast of the season with Cliftonville heading back home pointless.
It was a goal from that man Jordan Owens again that proved the difference bewteen the sides in the second half and we go top of the Danske Bank Premiership for the time being ahead of games on Saturday.
Chris Hegarty had a chance for Crusaders on 24 minutes but he headed wide and three minutes later Declan Caddell flicked his header wide also from a good Jordan Forsythe cross.
Cliftonville rode their luck on the half hour when a Jordan Owens header hit Richard Brush and fell kindly for the visitors defence to clear. Michael Ruddy got himself in a great position in the Cliftonville box and as he went past keeper Richard Brush to cut the ball home the on rushing Brush clipped Michael Ruddy with his knee and shouts for a penalty could be heard around the ground.
Referee Jamie Robinson did not think so on this occasion and actually booked Michael Ruddy for protesting his decision.
Live BBC camera replays suggested the referee had got it wrong but nothing could be done. The second half started like the first with Crusaders being the dominant team.
A Paul Heatley shot was easily saved by Richard Brush while Cliftonvilles defence did a good job as Crusaders turned the pressure on but not getting a breakthrogh.
Rory Hale replaced the impressive Gary Thompson on 66 minutes and Rory nearly scored with his first touch but Brush produced an acrobatic save and kept the effort out.
Within seconds Philip Lowry missed his second good chance of the match when he headed directly at Brush from four yards.
The Cliftonville defence did not clear the ball and as the ball came Richard Brush hesitated in goals for a split second and that was enough for Owens to leap high and beat him to the ball and despite the efforts of two Cliftonville defenders on the line the ball went in sending the home support wild and it was Crusaders.
Crusaders kept the pressure on again and nearly got a second within minutes of the first but Cliftonville survived. It was all Crusaders by now and Jamie McGonigle was unlucky on 78 minutes after a good "one two" with Jordan Forsythe.
From that the game played out without very few incidents except for a PaulHeatley shot that was saved and a Cliftonville free kick deep in injury time that went well over.
With that the referee blew his whistle and the game was over with Crusaders collecting the points and bragging rights in North Belfast. Every player played his part in this win and the result gives everyone a massive boost ahead of the Linfield game away next week.
Crusaders are pleased to announce that Ross Clarke has signed a two year extension to his current contract. Great news to end a perfect week for Crusaders and we look forward to seeing Ross in Red and Black for a few years yet.
The Crues also reached the final of the Belfast Charities Cup in losing to Glentoran , also an impressive achievement as the competition was open to all senior clubs in Belfast and the surrounding area.
Despite these feats, repeated applications for entry to the senior Irish League were turned down. The frustration at the club was such that serious consideration was given to making membership applications either to the Scottish Football League or to the League of Ireland.
However, the Second World War intervened and no football at all was played by the Crues between April and September Crusaders began competing once more in the Intermediate League after the war, beginning with the —46 season.
Crusaders won the —49 Intermediate League with a record number of points, and coupled with the vacancy created by the dramatic withdrawal of Belfast Celtic from the senior ranks in , Crusaders were finally elected to the senior Irish League in time for the start of the —50 season.
Morrison was the club's top scorer of their first senior season with 11 goals in all competitions. The Crues' first league match took place on 26 November, a 1—4 defeat to Linfield at Windsor Park , and their first victory came on 10 December away to Ballymena United by 3—1, but the side would have to wait until 1 April for the first league win at Seaview, with a 4—1 victory over Glenavon.
The season was tough going for the 'Hatchetmen', as they were also known, and they had to apply for re-election after finishing in 11th place out of 12 clubs.
As has always been the case, however, Crusaders never lacked determination. On 17 May they participated in their first senior final, the Festival of Britain Cup final, which they lost 0—3 to Ballymena United.
Under the player-managership of Jackie Vernon they recovered to win their first senior trophy in the —54 season by defeating Linfield 2—1 in the final of the Ulster Cup.
The s were not easy in spite of the presence in the side of some excellent individuals and the end of the —58 season saw another application for re-election.
The decade also saw the emergence of Curry Mulholland , who represented the club from until , setting a goalscoring record of which would not be beaten until the s.
The s brought much more success. On 17 May they won the County Antrim Shield for the first time, repeating the feat in with a 6—0 victory over Larne this was the joint-biggest margin of victory in the final of the competition until Linfields 9—1 victory over Bangor in With Jimmy Murdough as coach they also picked up another Ulster Cup final win on 1 October , with a reply victory of 1—0 over Glenavon.
These successes were overshadowed by two unexpected victories in the Irish Cup finals of and against the might of Glentoran and Linfield respectively.
Also in , they narrowly missed out on winning the Blaxnit Cup and becoming champions of all of Ireland , losing 3—4 on aggregate to Shamrock Rovers.
The s also saw the emergence of some of the greatest players in Crusaders' history, such as Albert Campbell , who was the club's most capped international player until surpassed by Colin Coates , Danny Trainor , Joe Meldrum, Walter McFarland and Danny Hale, who scored an incredible goals in just four seasons, including a club record of 55 goals in the —66 season , which still stands to this day.
Jimmy Todd had won the second of those Irish Cups with the side in , however by the early s the Crues had declined slightly as the side of the s broke up.
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.
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Billy Joe Burns. Thomas Logan.Der Crusaders FC ist ein nordirischer Fußballklub in Belfast, der in der NIFL Premiership spielt. Der gegründete Verein trägt seine Heimspiele im Stadion Seaview aus. Die Klubfarben sind Rot und Schwarz. Alles zum Verein Crusaders (Premiership) ➤ aktueller Kader mit Marktwerten ➤ Transfers ➤ Gerüchte ➤ Spieler-Statistiken ➤ Spielplan ➤ News. Der Crusaders FC ist ein nordirischer Fußballklub in Belfast, der in der NIFL Premiership spielt. Der gegründete Verein trägt seine Heimspiele im Stadion. Crusaders FC. Crusaders FC. vollständiger Name. Crusaders Football & Athletic Club. Stadt. Belfast. Land. Nordirland. Spitzname. The Hatchetmen, The Crues. Aaron Callaghan. 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 Activity Family Classic Spielanleitung which brought Roy Walkerinitially as a player, to Seaview in Kennedy 23 years old 5 2. Sean O'Neill cemented his number one position with a good performance against the Swifts including a penalty save and Cs Go Waffen Skins back four also Hummus Natur great cover and should remain unchanged. Crusaders Football Club are now in a position to announce a list of pre season friendlies. Squad of Crusaders FC Filter by season 20/21 19/20 18/19 17/18 16/17 15/16 14/15 13/14 12/13 11/12 10/11 09/10 08/09 97/98 96/97 95/96 93/94 76/77 73/74 68/69 67/68Occupation: Manager. Attention Crusaders FC Members. Due to the announcement made by the president on the 15th March , declaring the corona virus (covid 19) a natural disaster, and the closing of all schools from the 18th March , as well as the closing of Wits University from the 16th March Squad Crusaders FC This page displays a detailed overview of the club's current squad. It shows all personal information about the players, including age, nationality, contract duration and current market value. It also contains a table with average age, cumulative market value and average market value for each player position and overall.