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The Bellsbridge men have made a fine start to their league campaign, netting four times in each of their three outings so far against Brannigan's old club Newcastle, Kilmore and Lisburn Rangers.
Taking part is a great way to be active and support the work we are doing Gayle Brannigan
But Brannigan is convinced Tangerines fans will turn up in their droves at the 14,209-seater stadium if new American owner Mark Ogren's revolution takes the club back to the Premiership.
Dennis Brannigan Research done by family and friends, including digging into electoral roll records, pointed to his innocence, it was claimed at London's Appeal Court this week.
Brannigan, who used to run the Acklam Hotel in Middlesbrough, admitted three indecent assaults, along with three counts of indecency with a child, and was locked up for 15 years.
> Andrew Hallbrook Mr Brannigan, from Sutton Coldfield, spent seven months in hospital.
Passing sentence, Judge Sylvia de Bertodano told him it was a "miracle" Mr Brannigan survived.
Now lorry driver Andrew Hallbrook, 45, of Donnington Court, Dudley, has admitted causing serious injury to Mr Brannigan by driving his DAF HGV dangerously.
Officers used a warrant to enter the house and dad-of-one Brannigan was accused of possessing cannabis.
Brannigan, Striking a Balance: A Primer of Traditional Asian Values (Revised Edition).
David McGoldrick hit a screamer just wide for the visitors before Bay went ahead in the 37th minute, Rigoglioso finding himself free 15 yards out to drill past keeper Richard Brannigan.
Manara Developments, a Bahrain-based real estate development company, has announced a new addition to its management team with the appointment of Paul Brannigan as development manager.
Well, he's paying tribute to another Geordie operatic superstar Owen Brannigan.
Brannigan's building construction for the fire service, 4th ed.