WHITEY Anderson is so glad he’s no longer a Championship manager! Anderson was nearly a decade in charge at Ballinamallard United before he stepped down at the end of the 2015-16 season. During his tenure the Mallards won promotion to the Danske Bank Premiership in 2012 but after six seasons in the top […]
With time all but up in Ferney Park, out-going boss, Whitey Anderson was contemplating a distinctly sombre tone to the conclusion of his tenure.
Whitey Anderson is looking for a special effort from his troops as the face into their final three games of the season on the road.
The post-split fixtures for the decisive stages of the Danske Premiership have been announced. And they’ve given Ballinamallard a mountain to climb.
Carrick have robbed Ferney Park twice this season already, but Whitey Anderson isn’t concerned with settling scores.
“It’s a big game, but every game is tough in this league,” Ballinamallard’s Whitey Anderson tells Fermanagh Herald.
Despite not having played last weekend, it has been a profitable few days for Ballinamallard.
After an enforced break last weekend Ballinamallard travel to Solitude in search of some badly needed league points.
It’s all about the Premiership now for the Mallards. That starts with the visit of Portadown this Friday.
November saw the Northern Ireland Football Writers Association give Ballinamallard boss Whitey Anderson the coveted Manager of the Month award.