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'Have we wasted eight months of our lives?': Portadown boss Matthew Tipton says points must mean prizes
Portadown manager Matthew Tipton has accepted the season looks over but feels an abandoned campaign with no promotion would leave everyone at the club wondering why they have wasted eight months of their lives.
'It's like a death': Legend of the 1994 'cut-throat' derby between title-chasing Glenavon and Portadown lives on
“History books will record Saturday April 30, 1994 as the day of the most incredible finale to an Irish League season…”
I feel for stars who miss out on their biggest day like I did, says former Portadown star Robert Casey
The 2020 sporting calendar now has more Xs on it than a winning bingo card. The Olympic Games have been postponed for a year, Euro 2020 delayed until 2021 and pretty much all other football across Europe is on hold.
How Portadown broke the 'Gypsy's Curse' to clinch their first league title in 1990
So near yet so far away. Portadown Football Club could almost have adopted that as their motto as they experienced repeated near misses in the hunt for a first ever Irish League title after entering senior football in 1924.
Alfie Stewart: I was annoyed and angered at contract Glentoran offered and that's why I joined Portadown
Irish League clubs have been guilty of some calamitous administration howlers down the years.
How Portadown FC are ensuring supporters know their value during coronavirus pandemic
Portadown manager Matthew Tipton says Irish League clubs can play a role in helping the community get through the coronavirus crisis.
Richard Clarke: From league title joy to sudden relegation, my Portadown career had it all
There aren’t many footballers that turn down the opportunity of a testimonial, but Richard Clarke was just no ordinary player.
Watch: Portadown's Adam Salley muddy 'goal' celebration goes viral
It should have been a moment of joy - but it left one footballer red-faced.
We hit rock bottom: How Portadown changed focus in bid to return to Premiership
It's October 31st, 2015 and Portadown Football Club, as we know it, is on its last legs.
Matthew Tipton signs long-term Portadown extension as Championship leaders maintain six point advantage
Portadown have handed manager Matthew Tipton a three-year contract extension after his side battled back to maintain their lead at the top of the Bluefin Sport Championship table.