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Declan Caddell. Gary Thompson. Reece McGinley. Philip Lowry. James Holland. David Cushley. Paul Heatley. Jordan Forsythe.
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Table position. Glentoran 9. Transfer record. All transfers. Go to club portrait. Who do you want to win? Shields 23 years old 0 0.
Burns 31 years old 3 0. Hegarty 28 years old 9 0. Wilson 21 years old 6 0. Ruddy 27 years old 7 0. Brown 25 years old 6 0.
Lowry 31 years old 9 1. Hale 24 years old 4 0. Cushley 31 years old 2 0. Caddell 32 years old 7 2. Forsythe 29 years old 9 1. O'Rourke 25 years old 1 0.
Heatley 33 years old 4 1. Logan 19 years old 0 0. Clarke 27 years old 8 2. Roy Walker suddenly resigned as manager in May , just prior to the club's centenary dinner celebrations at Belfast City Hall.
He was the longest-serving manager in the club's history until surpassed by Stephen Baxter in October Subsequently, a lack of funds saw the Seaview fortunes decline as the decade came to a close, with Dublin-based player-managers Aaron Callaghan and Martin Murray both resigning after one year apiece in charge.
Callaghan managed to lead the club to third place in his sole season in charge, but it would be many years before the Crues would challenge at such a high level again.
Former player Gary McCartney took over the managerial reins in July The team narrowly retained Premier Division status after a nail-biting play-off success over Lisburn Distillery thanks to a hat-trick from veteran Stephen Baxter in May but McCartney resigned just over twelve months later because of the limited budget at his disposal.
Popular veteran defender Alan Dornan was appointed as McCartney's successor at the end of June and the side retained Premier Division status that season under his guidance, although the squad was very inexperienced and often included six or seven teenagers.
The emphasis on youth continued in —04 as the Crues achieved a mid-table finish, an improvement compared to preceding seasons.
Dornan's next season in charge was not as successful. He was sacked just after midway through the season, as the Crues lay at the bottom of the table, despite having guided the team to the County Antrim Shield final, which they lost to Linfield.
Dornan was the first ever Crusaders manager to be sacked. Former striker and fans' favourite Stephen Baxter was appointed as manager but despite an improvement in results, he could not keep the club in the Premier League, with the Crues losing out to Glenavon in a relegation play-off, the first ever Premier League team to lose to a First Division side in the play-offs.
The relegation was the first time Crusaders had ever been relegated from any league, and meant an end to 56 consecutive seasons of senior football.
After their first season back in the top flight after promotion, the Hatchetmen finished in a creditable 6th place, after briefly topping the table at the beginning of the season.
In the —08 season, the Crues finished in 7th position in the League after a somewhat inconsistent start to the season.
During —09 season, they finished in the top three of the League for the first time in 10 years. The club also won their first Irish Cup final since , thanks to a Mark Dickson goal, in a 1—0 victory over Cliftonville at Windsor Park on 9 May This became their permanent venue for home matches in The game was drawn 1—1 with David Rainey scoring on the 89th minute.
The artificial football turf pitch was manufactured by Act Global. They played their first game on the new pitch against Glentoran on 14 November In the —11 season Crusaders challenged Linfield for the league title, after being 13 points behind at one stage.
They ended up as runners up. The Crues then entered the —12 UEFA Europa League and received their biggest draw since the famous game against Liverpool 35 years before, as the side drew Premier League team Fulham in the second qualifying round.
In the home tie the side put up a brave fight, with new signing Timmy Adamson scoring an equalising goal and striking the bar with the score poised at 1—1, before eventually succumbing 1—3.
At the same time, Seaview underwent extensive renovation, with two new stands and new seating installed, making the ground all-seater and one of the most modern sports stadiums in Northern Ireland.
The —15 season was a groundbreaking one for Crusaders. Despite this, the side saved their best performances for the league, going unbeaten from December to April and winning 12 of 13 games.
A 1—0 derby victory away to Cliftonville thanks to a Paul Heatley goal all but sealed the title,  with a 2—0 home win the following week against Glentoran with goals from Declan Caddell and yet another from Heatley confirming the Gibson Cup's place at Seaview.
In the —16 season , Crusaders retained the league title for the first time in their history, after a 3—1 victory over Cliftonville at Solitude on 19 April The —17 season was the first since —14 that Crusaders failed to win any silverware.
However, the Hatchetmen bounced back in the —18 season , regaining the Gibson Cup in a title race that went to the final day of the season.
In the end, it was a 2—1 victory at the Ballymena Showgrounds on 28 April that brought the league title back to Seaview for the 3rd time in 4 years, thanks to goals from Philip Lowry and David Cushley , after Cathair Friel opened the scoring for Ballymena United and threatened to send the title to eventual runners-up Coleraine.
In the first qualifying round of the —19 Champions League , Crusaders received their biggest European draw since facing Fulham 7 years earlier, being drawn against European group stage regulars and Bulgarian champions Ludogorets Razgrad.
In the first leg, Wolverhampton Wanderers beat Crusaders 2—0 at Molineux. Wolverhampton Wanderers then visited Seaview and Crusaders were beaten 4—1.
And an overall aggregate loss of 6—1. The team played at a variety of venues before settling at Seaview in , which is still their home to this day.
In July the original social club, dressing rooms and administration areas were destroyed by fire. They were replaced in by the present bigger and better facilities.
Lisburn Distillery known as Distillery prior to shared Seaview with Crusaders from until , after their original Grosvenor Park home was destroyed in an arson attack.
Only two finals have not been played at Seaview since then, the final and the final replay both of which were played at Solitude.
Other clubs have since followed suit, with Cliftonville installing a 3G artificial pitch the following year  and Bangor in Crusaders also ground-share with amateur side Newington.
Crusaders has traditionally drawn its support from the people of north Belfast , Newtownabbey , and the south and east of County Antrim. From these members it elects its committee and its particular ethos, with a strong emphasis on community relations.
An example of this is their local connection with Seaview Primary School , who have a long-established connection with the club through fundraisers and charity events, as well as school fetes.
However, the club's serious financial plight became very apparent in the early s and in consideration was given to changing the structure from one of a membership-based organisation to that of a public limited company.
Members voted at the AGM against such a change in May In , club members voted to become a company limited by guarantee. Crusaders attract a loyal support and had the fourth-highest average attendance in Northern Ireland for the —15 season , with an average of 1, In the —16 season , their average attendance was the second-highest in the league after Linfield.
Crusaders biggest rivals are Cliftonville , with whom they contest the North Belfast derby. Crusaders traditionally dominated the rivalry not failing to score in home league matches against the Reds from until mainly due to Cliftonville's amateur status; since the mids the derby has been much more competitive.
Crusaders have won games to Cliftonville's 83, and since competing at the same level have won 26 senior honours to Cliftonville's The sides have contested four cup finals together, with Cliftonville winning the County Antrim Shield final, the and League Cup finals, and Crusaders winning the Irish Cup final.
Brantwood who play in Skegoneill Avenue about yards away from Seaview were historically the Crues main rival when both sides were junior teams.
With Crusaders election to the Irish League in , the intense rivalry gradually faded away. Crusaders also share city rivalries with other Belfast clubs Linfield and Glentoran.
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