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Derry City v Dundalk, 7.45pm PETER HUTTON is demanding his side restore pride in the League of Ireland tonight.

Hutton (right) was assistant boss to Roddy Collins when City were well beaten by the league leaders at Oriel Park in early April. Since then he has replaced Collins and after the promise of a 2-2 draw with Sligo Rovers, he wants a big effort.

"We need to stand up and be counted after the last game down there," insisted Hutton. "It wasn't good enough at Oriel Park but at the same time I know it will be a huge task to get something because, to say the least, Dundalk are flying of late."
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jun 27, 2014
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