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BEFORE yesterday's game manager Nigel Worthington Nigel Worthington (born November 4, 1961 in Ballymena, County Antrim) is a Northern Irish former footballer and manager of the national team.

As a player, he was a left full back and occasional left midfielder, playing the majority of his club football for Sheffield
 called on the Windsor "roar" to push his side into the World Cup.

The game on the pitch may have been lost but another challenge was won in the stands.

A hostile atmosphere against Poland in March was turned into a friendlier environment before kick-off yesterday.

The Slovakian fans paraded en masse from City Hall before the game without any trouble.

And as the game finished the Northern Ireland team left the pitch defeated and deflated, yet the supporters stayed to cheer on the victorious Slovakian side and their fans, after a win in Belfast secured them a place in South Africa next year.

Northern Ireland may not be the best team in Europe - yet - but their supporters have done them proud off the field.

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HUG Fans embrace before the match HAT'S OFF Slovakian and Northern Ireland supporters exchange headgear headgear,
n the apparatus encircling the head or neck and providing attachment for an intraoral appliance in use of extraoral anchorage.

headgear, radiologic,
n a device that is used to protect the head from injury by radiation.
 WALK ON BY Fan makes her way to Windsor Park
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Date:Sep 10, 2009
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